A friend pointed out to me that the Jessa Hospital in Hasselt, a city in the eastern part of Belgium, has a parking with a fine example of a guard house near the front entrance. As I had to be in Hasselt, I decided to take a look myself. I didn’t have to search long: it is a structure on a notable spot, of relatively large size and painted in soft pink. It accommodates two persons and it seemed they didn’t lack any comfort in there. It is a real beauty, as you can see on the pictures below. If you know any more of these architectural functional follies, please send its coordinates or a picture to firstname.lastname@example.org – thanks!