This building and the anatomical room is a must see. However, we paid to enter as we saw it wasn't included in the Bologna Welcome Card. The following day we bought the Card and this was included The lesson, get your Welcome Card and go on the included walk/tour.
Loved it, definitely recommend to see whether you are student of anatomy or not. Cost is 3 euros and they have laminated sheets with information in many languages.
To be hones, I went there because my husband was rather keen on it, but my....I have not regretted it a minute. The place itself is full of history and significance for the progress of modern medicine. Also, the room is richly decorated with wood inlays and sculptures of famous physicians. Th Palazzo Achiginnasio in itself, the place where the... 更多
I'm glad we had a chance to visit the Teatro Anatomico. It may not be as "impressive" as many other sites in the area, but the history is fascinating and it's wonderful standing in a place with such a history. i do recommend a visit if you're in the area.
Teatro Anatomico is inside the Archiginnasio Palace. It was built in 1637 so that medical students could learn by observing dissections of human corpses. There are statues of Hippocrates and Galen. The courtyard area is also of note; it is decorated, amongst other things, with lots of small painted coats of arms. Our guide told us that each one represents... 更多
Well worth a look, but don't expect to see much. Not as interesting as the blurb makes out. It has been very well restored however.
The wood carvings that were recreated after this area was bombed in WWII are stunning, and the history of the suite and the university in general are interesting and worth visiting.
This was a fairly short stop for us. The building is elaborately decorated and loaded with academic interest. Apart from the information about the theatre itself, there wasn't much translated into English so we weren't able to get a lot out of the other exhibits and displays.