Connected Sites

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Burgundy L├ęproserie de Meursault
City of Bath The Leper Hospital in the City of Bath (Great Spas of Europe Nomination File, p. 66, 279)
Colonies of Benevolence In the second phase of the Veenhuizen Colony (1860-1918), "a small hospital for the cure of infectious diseases (lepers building) was built." (Nomination file, p. 148)
Great Barrier Reef Fantome Island. A leprosarium was established on the island in 1927. Upon its closure in 1974 it was purged by fire. The island is the site of 200 graves"
Great Spa Towns of Europe The Leper Hospital in the City of Bath (Nomination File, p. 66, 279)
Robben Island 1836-1931 served as a Leper colony
Venice and its Lagoon Island of San Lazzaro degli Armeni "Lying just off the Lido, San Lazzaro degli Armeni is a small, very green monastery island....(which) served as an asylum in the 12th Century and later became a hospital island for lepers, named after their patron saint Lazarus. The lepers were then transferred to the Ospedale di San Lazzaro dei Mendicanti at Santi Giovanni e Paolo"


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