They needed an OR exclusively for gynecological surgeries?
fantastic looking pic. The colours really finish it off perfectly.
On a side note, what the hell were they planning to see with that light? their past?
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Great find!I wonder if it is specifically for gynaecological procedures though, seeing it has no leg rests, or separation
Um.... Didn't they used to use vibrators or sometimes jets of water on women in insane asylums?
I can't even begin to imagine the horrors women endured at these asylums. My heart aches for them.
Seven of the scariest words I’ll read all day.
Looks like the track from cars 3
Whole gallery here: https://imgur.com/gallery/kJVXD77
It doesn't look destroyed but ok
Grytviken! This is so on my bucket list.
Read the book “The Endurance: Shackleton Legendary Antarctic Expedition”. It’s terrifying and is now the 100th anniversary.
I feel like the water dogs have more to do with this than were being told.
I just want to pet the little guy on bottom right corner.
Thought this looked familiar. At the beginning of this clip from Goldfinger https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3RdK51Igeqc
Looks like a scene out of Wes Anderson movie.
So weird that this is abandoned, potential goldmine I think
Here’s a read on it https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.thevintagenews.com/2018/01/26/belvedere-hotel/amp/
I would so stay there
Thats such an aesthetic location imo
Naturalize - Destroy target artifact or enchantment.
That is bizarre. It makes me want to know the story of the individual in the grave.
This family was evil. Nature hates them
Nature? Looks like the Uroboros virus...
As they say.... r/natureismetal
This is located in Highgate cemetery in London (England).
So that's what happens to the wooden stake when you bury a vampire with it still in his heart!
Hundred year old tombstone being reclaimed by Emrakul.
It looks like lil uzi verts hair
Dust to dust, ashes to ashes.
Light a candle there at night for super freaky effect.
Being reclaimed by the Upside Down, you mean.
How is Abkhazia to visit for Westerners? The pictures make it look beautiful.
Not abandoned, Georgians were driven out:
Between February 8 and 13  Abkhaz separatist militia and their allies attacked the villages and populated areas of Gali region, killing, raping and destroying houses (approximately 4,200 houses were destroyed as the result).
Every time I see such abandoned houses/buildings, that makes me think about those people living in slums.
Of course they aren't in the same neighborhood/country, but you could fit so many families here, with a garden to farm vegetables and live happily. Wouldn't you ?
Wow this is perfect, looking at someplace to visit for a week in June from Moscow and my girlfriend suggested Abkhazia. I had never heard of it before! And now I find this 2 hours later, perhaps I should visit after all.
Those mountains are absolutely gorgeous!
Oh my word that's a gorgeous photo.
i love this
Thank you very kindly! I certainly will, Russia had been a childhood dream of mine and I will be there in a few months. Excited doesn’t even begin to cover it)
Safe and exciting travels for you too friend :)
We want insides!
I 100% thought this was a painting
Yeah absolutely, though I think we are sticking to St Petersburg for now. But it’s definitely high on our list of places to visit)) we still a few months before we have to choose so maybe
I am from Abkhazia. Sad to say i am unable to visit. Well, one day, one day i will see the place where i was born, even tho it is nothing how it was.
Abkhazia? Whats Abkhazia? Ah you meant Georgia right comrade?
Wiki to Genocide of Georgians
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Abkhazia is Georgia. It is currently occupied by Russia and there are Russian military bases in there. Also, you can get easily killed and nobody will give a shit.
Visiting it you are risking being banned from visiting Georgia itself, which is much better place to have to go to.
Interior shot of the same building, it looked like generators. I'm guessing it was a power plant for the facility. It's one of the last buildings standing down there.
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