Address: Khotinskaya str., 52
Year of Construction: 1939
Architectural style: modern
Height: 12 m
The Infectious Diseases Pavilion building of the city hospital was built during the Romanian period by the architect N. Bilargiu. He is also the author, for example, of the Church of Floreasca in Bucharest.
It has a rectangular shape with two levels and a basement. The facade is symmetrical, with ten compositional axes, set aside from the red line of the street and has the general structure of a medical facility built specifically for this purpose.
It is worth noting that the building is quite strong, with massive walls, has basements that are still in use today – reception rooms, utility rooms.
Today, the building houses the ophthalmology department of the central district hospital of the Izmail district.