Monday, September 29, 2008

Hospital de Sant'Anna


Orthopaedic hospital built in 1904 at Parede

19 comments:

Tanya said...

My goodness, that's a gorgeous hospital with an amazing view!

Hilda said...

With a building that gorgeous and a view that magnificent, I don't think I'll recuperate fast if I were a patient there. ;D

Corey Templeton said...

What a beautiful setting and building

Marcel said...

I think I might need knee surgery, looks like I know where to go! I would not mind convalescing around that hospital.

Wayne said...

Wonderful building, fabulous location. You could almost look forward to going to the hospital.

Sharon said...

Beautiful setting for a hospital. I can imagine recuperating here would be very healthy!

tr3nta said...

Well the place as all Lisbon coast is beautiful...

Jules said...

What a stunning building - I'm sure it would help the patients' recovery!!

Ken said...

What a beautiful spot for a hospital.

HZDP said...

I didnt think this is a hospital, I thought it's a seaside villa! haha

Christopher said...

A great place to get sick!

USelaine said...

I agree with everyone else. And I love the lines of the roof!

Olivier said...

c'est un superbe hôpital, belle architecture.

Hospital is a wonderful, beautiful architecture.

Saretta said...

Beautiful building and location, but isn't it a bit damp there for an orthopedic hospital? Just wondering!

Is that a frog I see?

crittoria said...

That building is just beautiful..and what a location!!

JM said...

Well, Sareeta, to be honest I've never thought about that, but I don't think that is a problem because we have a very dry weather most of the year and winters are milder and milder. And, yes, that is a frog, actually there are two on both corners of the main entrance.

Thank you all for your comments.

Silwy said...

I like to see nice hospital,because when we have some body disfunction we are going through some kind of depression....Nice environment helps to feel better...

Per Stromsjo said...

Well, frogs would appreciate a bit of moist...

JM said...

LOL! Very funny, Per! :-)