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Report - Abandoned Insane Asylum - Flanders, Belgium


28DL Member
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At the beginning of the 20s there was a shortage of services for male psychiatric patients. Together with the near located university, the so called "Brothers of Love" started searching for a place to build a new psychiatric centre. In 1928, a piece of land was bought and in 1932 the psychiatric centre with space for 800 patients opened its doors. Unfortunately I couldn't find any information about the use of the abandoned part, but it seems like it was used mainly for relaxation.

Together with two fellow urban explorers I visited this abandoned insane asylum somewhere in Belgium. Finding an entrance was a bit of a challenge but luckily we still managed to find a way in.

Finally inside we found a couple of wheelchairs, some beds and lots of puppets. There was a creepy vibe in this place. When we looked out the windows we could see the still active asylum and its patients across the road, which made the vibe even creepier.
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No history?

Or even a vague area of Belgium that the hospital is located in?

Your pictures are good but a bit of history would make the report.


28DL Regular User
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Nice photos but agree it would be nice to know the history behind it, especially if there is still an asylum on the site today