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Museo di Anatomia Umana, Turin

(3.8/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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  • Not a very big museum, but very intricate models and well preserved and presented pieces. Definitely, worth it as part of the three museum pass for 10€  more »
  • Very interesting collection of artefacts and models of the human body. Very well organized show that provides in-depth enough for each explanatory table showcase that allows you to understand what you're looking at even if you aren't medical students. Abstain squeamish given the presence of real organs in liquid or dry storage.
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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 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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