Tepito Ote Henua (“The Center of the World”), Rapa Nui, Easter Island, Chile. Smithsonian, The Mystery of Easter Island. Hundreds of years ago a small group of Polynesians rowed their way across the open sea to the discovery of their new 63 square miles (163 km2) paradise, eventually naming it Rapa Nui. Some 2300 miles […]Read more "The center of the world, Moai, a hospital within a mystery"
The first of its kind: The US mobile hospital Carolinas MED-1. When 2 Trailers convert into a parking lot hospital. Simply breathtaking. Carolinas HealthCare System One of the leading and most innovative healthcare organizations in the US with 900+ care locations. Originally founded by a community hospital in 1940 the system shows today an impressive […]Read more "Charlotte, 2 Trailers, Parking Lot Hospital"
June 2012, Haifa. The world largest fortified underground hospital opens in a city. At Rambam Medical Center now called The Rambam Health Care Campus. Above the ground Academic Hospital, 1000 beds, serving 2 mil residents of northern Israel. According to the Director’s Message Professor Rafi Beyar the exciting future of medicine, technology and humanity already starts today (stunning 5 […]Read more "Underground No. 1, 2000 beds, Haifa"
Paramaribo, Suriname. Where? Its the former Dutch Guiana. In northern South America. Since 1996 there is an official Suriname Tourism Foundation Four times bigger than the Netherlands – 163’820 km2 – Independence from the Netherlands was granted in 1975. Followed by a military regime time until 1991. A history of colonisation, slavery, plantations and […]Read more "Suriname, Dutch, 100 years Ziekenhuis?"