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Posted by Ania On Friday, April 07, 2006
How come the hospitals and also most retirement homes/homes for older people are located like, practically next to a graveyard...!?!?!?

Now, I *guess* it is pretty practical, not having too far to carry the, uhm, corpses after people has passed this world, but is not a very encouraging sight, is it, when you're at the hospital & ill and look outside your window and is greeted by the sight of houndreds of graves...?

And yes - Haukeland hospital closest neighbour is a graveyard, Ullevål hospital's next to Nordre Gravlund or something like that, the old hospital in Drammen had a great view to the graveyard (not quite sure it goes for the new one aswell), and a number of retirement homes are - woah...who guessed it - next to a church with a nice graveyard!

Slightly morbid, isn't?
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