Name of property:
Large symmetrical complex on an elevated platform located on walled-in premises. Former Military Hospital with separate units interconnected by galleries. Main building in front (former doctor’s residence), six pavilions (infirmaries) and rear structures. Additional structures on west side such as surgery, kitchen and cistern. Pavilions have heavy profiled cornice and hipped roofs over core area and lean-to roofs over surrounding galleries.
Architectural historical value because of the symmetrical set-up and the sound construction of the complex; ditto, because of the classical style of the main building and the colonial-style pavilions; cultural historical value as a late 19th century military hospital; monumental ensemble value because of the coherence of the buildings.