It is really interesting to visit the anatomical theater - where and how anatomy was studied and developed.
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Very small theatre / lecture room where you can sit and try to image being a lecture in progress where they taught medical students about autopsies on the big slab in the middle. It's a few euro's to get in and that gives you access...More
The Archiginnasio of Bologna is one of the most important buildings in Bologna, once the main building of the University of Bologna, it currently houses the Archiginnasio Municipal Library and the Anatomical Theatre both very interestng and worth the 3 euro entrance fee. The room...More
Reconstructed timber anatomical theatre that was damaged during WWII. I don't think I've seen anything like this before. The rest of the university building is nice but not unique like this room. You wouldn't spend more than 10-15 minutes in this space so it can...More
The small museum that includes a conference hall is worth a visit. You can see the huge library from the conference hall. The decorations on the walls are a delight
Was cool to see the room where anatomical lectures were carried out (a bit eerie though) the wooden statues were very detailed and intricate.
This is part of the Archiginnasio and the ticket also gets you into the Anatomical Theatre of the university. This was constructed in 1636 and is built like a theatre with rows of wooden benches overlooking the marble table where dissections were carried out. This...More
This is an old building of the Bologna university and this room is worth to pay a visit for. It has a totally unique atmosphere.
I loved this place, you could imagine being there hundreds of years ago and to think of all the people who have sat in those seats over the centuries is mesmerising.