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Oberste Gasse 4
The Elisabeth Hospital was founded in 1297 by Mechthild of Cleves, the wife of Landgrave Heinrich I of Hesse. It was used as a leprosarium and later as a home for the elderly, but was destroyed in World War II. Since then, following renovation, the building has housed apartments and a restaurant.
(From d13 information)
Located on the other side of the street of the Fridericianum's Zwehren Tower, it presents an exhibition of artists from Afghanistan and of Afghan origin, part of the project and seminars Kabul/Bamiyan of dOCUMENTA (13).
Artists at this venue:
Abul Qasem Foushanji
Documentation of seminars and workshops in Kabul and Bamiyan
Extensive photo tour through Documenta 13, 9 June - 16 September 2012 in Kassel, Germany. A selection of art works at most of the venues.