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    Hospital Plaza, named after its most recent use as a medical centre, was originally a seminary incorporating an impressive chapel which remains.built in the early 1800s in a square format creating a quadrangle courtyard in the centre.

    The seminary later became property of the state and was put into use as a hospital during World War II. it stayed the same until it closed in early 2000s i think..

    inside by matt allen, on Flickr

    chapel-door by matt allen, on Flickr


    one by matt allen, on Flickr

    chapel by matt allen, on Flickr


    kitchen by matt allen, on Flickr


    ladders by matt allen, on Flickr


    beams by matt allen, on Flickr


    stairs by matt allen, on Flickr


    tombstones by matt allen, on Flickr


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    Beautiful stuff mate! That's a stunning set of pics!

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    Got my interest with the first pic and the rest didn't disappoint either, especially the passage shot, Nice One, Thanks
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    Wow, stunning
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    Superb set fella..

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    Beautiful!

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    That's a nice set of photographs. The chapel shot is my favourite.
    When the going gets tough - the tough get going.

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    Great pics MD! the Chapel is magnificent, really like the shot in the roof space too :)
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    Glad you stopped by and did this one mate, definitely worth it for the chapel alone! I'm hoping to do it myself in to not too distant future

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