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Starting at 0400 hrs each day, an insight into how the field of anatomy & physiology become more informed over hundreds of years. Well worth the time for a visit. Demolished in the 2nd world war however rebuilt given its historical importance.
One of the top sights in Bologna and easy to see why. Beautiful building and courtyard/staircases are free to view before you get to Teatro Anatomico. At 3 euros, it's a bargain. Historical significance is fascinating. teatro itself is small and easy to take in...More
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We visited here as part of the Bologna Walking Tour (totally reccomend) which leaves from the Welcome Bologna Office. The building itself is awesome and very old. Part of it was bombed in WWII and has been painstaking repaired in such a way that one...More
A beautiful example of a 1600s Anatomical Teaching Theatre in the old university buildings in central Bologna. Bologna was/is a great centre of learning - it was the first university in the western world (the Arabs had earlier universities).
For €3 you get to visit the quadrangle of the oldest university in the world - quite something on its own. Couple that with an ancient lecture theatre with some oddly disturbing anatomically correct carvings, a separate lecture hall and a glimpse of the galleries...More
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Biblioteca comunale dell'Archiginnasio
Piazza Galvani, 1, 40124 Bologna BO
The signage is terrible, it is inside the Biblioteca comunale dell'Archiginnasio on the second floor. Use google map.