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Left: Cover of the annual report of the Civilian Hospital and the Institution for the Insane in Maastricht, 1901. | Archive azM Middle: Survey of diagnosis from the annual report 1901 of the Institute for the Insane Maastricht. | Archive azM Right: Survey of diagnosis from the Institute for the insane Calvariënberg in 1923. Annual report Calvariënberg 1923. | Archive azM 149 obligation to admit sixty mentally ill patients from Limburg. buildings in order to build a new institution for the mentally ill. For a long time there was hardly any space for new construction However, this plan was never accomplished, because the in Maastricht. But when Maastricht was no longer a fortress hospital’s acute need for space was given priority. With only after 1867, the fortifications could be demolished and building sixty beds the hospital had an even greater capacity problem sites became available. In 1874, the Burgerlijk Armbestuur than the institution for the insane, which had 75 places. In bought land on cleared fortress grounds near the old monastery 1891, a newly constructed modern hospital was opened.


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