Berliner Medizinhistorisches Museum der Charité

The Museum of medical history of the Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin (Berlin) is located in the same area of hospital. This edifice was built by Rudolf Virchow in the 1899 for his museum of anatomical pathology. What it can be observed today is what was inaugurated in the 2007. And this includes: the anatomic theatre, the autopsy room of the pathologist, the laboratory, the clinic and the clinic. Then it could be seen also a stoic room with 10 stories of disease, which have 300 years old. There are also some temporary exhibitions with have single themes about medicine and its story. Sometimes there are also some exhibitions of contemporary art, in which there is a dialogue between art and medicine.

  • Photos and main text by Mannella Viviana and Minelli Raffaella


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