Photo © Tom Kirsch, opacity.us
This is a location where I cannot find much information on. It appears that this military hospital was built while the land was claimed by Germany (called Reichsland) in 1908. These Neo-Renaissance structures were built in a small town that grew very quickly in the early 19th century due to the construction of an infrastructure (such as a rail line, gas, water and electricity), as well as the presence of the military and coal to be mined. History of this hospital seems to fade as the territory moves back and forth between the two countries; one can only assume from the remnants that it was kept as a military installation until it was abandoned.