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Museo di Anatomia Umana, Turin

(3.8/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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  • When there were pictures and Computers, you learned as well. Exhibits beautifully in beautiful.
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  • The Museum is housed in an ancient building of great charm. I was there on a Saturday afternoon with my two kids aged 6 and 3 years old. The little girl wasn't very interested, and the large was pleasantly intrigued by it all. It never frightened nor impressed. On the contrary would ask me to read cards available for visitors to learn more! Beautiful and highly recommended, next time back with the Guide!
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  • Museum you might not like, recommended especially for fans of Anatomy and history of science. This small museum, three rooms in total, has a dense collection of artifacts. This is all that was used between late 1700 and early 1900 to study anatomy. The collection ranges from wax models to human body parts preserved in liquid or dry preparation. It is interesting to one side to get a better understanding of the human body, remembering the lessons of Anatomy of the College, on the other, to see how he taught Anatomy in the past. One of the most impressive a collection of 800 brains stored ashore, reproductions of human fetuses at various stages of life and flayed in the human body. You can see in about 30 minutes if you take a quick look, but if you want to deepen some aspects of the anatomy you might spend a few hours. The collection displays the objects as they were presented in the past, in display cases poorly lit, overcrowded with little captions. However, some educational panels very well get that help those interested to study aspects of anatomy. Not quite suitable for people sensible.
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  • The Museum is not large, on the other hand is very distinctive. Shame about the poor education, entrusted to General signs. If you know the subject, is very interesting especially in terms of the history of the discipline.
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  • Fascinating little Museum. The body parts are classified in an orderly manner and this allows the visitor to take an extraordinary journey inside the human body. Only in Italy, it is a pity that it is little noticed ...
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  • Interesting Museum, not particularly large but with adequate exhibition. You can purchase one ticket for Anatomy, fruit and Museum Museum lombroso
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  • Fascinating Museum but it would take a minimum of investment, people died from the heat, only two fans, suboptimal lighting, videos are unwatchable sight light. Shame given the cost of the ticket.
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  • Interesting museum that makes you see and appreciate every part of the human body.
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