The mental hospital in Lier outside Drammen in Norway was built in 1926 to house and treat 600 patients. The hospital has been the site of frequent lobotomies and electroshock treatments.
In 1986 many of the buildings were shut down, but a few are still in use today.
The hospital is the most popular site for urban exploring in Norway. Unfortunately, in a photographers eyes, the buildings are now emptied. Nothing left, only the sad history.
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