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In an exploration of the long-abandoned Moosa Hospital, built in the mid 20th century, we navigated through the vacant corridors and patient rooms of the historical building. A surprisingly intact X-ray machine, indicative of the progressive medical technologies of the era, was discovered. Other surviving elements included surgical lighting fixtures, demonstrating the durability of the medical equipment from this period. To preserve the fleeting remnants of this aging monument, we documented our findings through photography, capturing the essence of the hospital before its inevitable demise.

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