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Long time Residents of Kalaupapa, Ben Pea and David Kupele Stading near the site of the Baldwin Home, where they lived until it was closed in 1932 Bungarun (former Derby Leprosarium) Cemetary Memorial Mamoru Kunimoto at Homecoming Hill, Tama Zenshoen National Hansen’s Disease Sanatorium, Japan Church in Sighisoara, Romania, with a pulpit built on the exterior where the people with leprosy were not allowed in the church The interior of St. Jørgen’s Hospital, Bergen, Norway House of Ivan Skelton, Qual Island, New Zealand S.K. Jung (right) and M.W. Park in front of the monument to commemorate the lives of the 84 people who were killed on Sorok Island Leprosy Garveyard, Tracadie-Sheila, New Brunswick, Canada Chang Wen Bin resident of Lo Sheng, Taiwan, under the beams in the old hospital where people would hang themselves

Leprosy Museum, St. Jørgen’s Hospital, Bergen, Norway

Historic Monument Related to Leprosy, Sighisoara, Romania

Leprosy Museum and Graveyard, Tracadie-Sheila, New  Brunswick, Canada

Robben Island, South Africa

Kalaupapa National Historical Park, Hawaii

National Hansen’s Disease Center Museum, Carville, Louisiana, USA

Tama Zensho-en and other H.D. Sanatoria, Japan

Quail Island, New Zealand 

Culion, Philippines

Tichilesti Hospital, Romania

Sungai Buloh, Malaysia

Bungarun Cemetery Memorial, Australia

Sorok Island, South Korea

Lo Sheng Sanatorium, Taiwan

Quail Island, New Zealand