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Collezione Anatomica Paolo Gorini, Lodi

3.7
#5 of 8 in Things to do in Lodi
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  • A nice discovery, unusual and little-publicized in town, the collection and shows the public the works of a man cutting edge, intuitive for its time.
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  • With a friend, after consulting the website we decided to go to the Museum Paolo Gorini, shame the same was closed. I wanted to point out that after calling there it was shown that the same was closed for renovation and the exhibition would be available not before summer.
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  • Particular collection of experiments and studies carried out by Paolo Gorini on human organs, bodies and beyond. With his technique the scholar "crystalised" on everything, blocking the decomposition process. If you think that photography did not exist at the time, one can understand the importance of these practices. Recommended (assuming you don't be too emotional)
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  • 5 stars on trust. ATTENTION! The collection is closed until spring 2017 for remaking roof. Official finger is not reported. Save yourself a trip and calls before. ...
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  • Interesting free display where you can see 166 anatomical preparations produced by scientist Paolo Gorini, including mummified heads, fetuses with malformations, arts and even some whole corpse. Impressive and a bit creepy.
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