Collezione Anatomica Paolo Gorini, Lodi

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  • To appreciate the location inside the old hospital where you can enjoy the wonder of the cloister of 400. The Museum is unique in its kind! Not to be missed!
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  • Worth a visit if you won't go to the sight of organs and body embalmed. paolo gorini was a genius and what is shown is the proof
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  • the Museum is located inside the old hospital of Lodi, surrounded by a small but magnificent cloister. It was re-opened for a short time, due to maintenance work. Very interesting anatomical collection exposed, although I was expecting a bigger local and also the corpse preservation system implemented by the scientist, well explained on the boards. The only drawback, as far as I'm concerned, is the lack of description of individual bones present in the cases. I, I don't have a deep knowledge of human anatomy, I had difficulty recognizing some body parts. Only a small label under each particular bone. If you go to the Museum's website, you'll notice that the photos there are labels underneath each anatomic detail, but in reality it is not! It is only open on Wednesday morning (10.00/12.30), Saturday morning (9.30/12.30) and Sunday afternoon (14.30/16.30) and admission is free. No need to book in advance. Recommended especially for doctors, paramedics and to those who are familiar with the anatomy.
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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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