Anatomical museums are always of high interest among tourists. When history museums and the arts do not raise enough interest, then before the upcoming holiday, you should choose the exposure that will touch a nerve for real.
Perky Museum Vrolik (Amsterdam, Netherlands) was founded by father and son Rolikami. Translated from the Anglo-Dutch word "vrolik" means "cheerful", for this reason, the Museum received such a strange name.
Gerardus Vrolik, and William Vrolik were professors of medicine and has been studying mutations in humans. They have collected a huge collection of mutations, which eventually turned into a Museum. As the exhibits are Siamese twins, children Cyclops, two-headed monster. Freaks, mutants of various stripes make a lasting impression on visitors.
The exhibition The Human Body Exhibition, or exhibition of the human body, was first exhibited in Florida in 2005 and since then has been held in many cities around the world.
It should be noted that people whose bodies are exhibited as exhibits during his lifetime gave written consent to use their bodies after death as drugs. Everyone who liked the show, can be a posthumous bequest and Fund exposure after death.
Kunstkamera in Saint-Petersburg was founded in 1714 by order of Peter 1.
It is worth saying that in addition to the so-called "exhibitions of freaks", this glorious Museum with numerous exhibits that tell the historical past of many peoples of the world.
Parasitological Museum in Meguro (Tokyo, Japan) was founded sixty years ago by Dr. Sutoro Kumagai. The doctor began to collect the exhibits, demonstrating what you can do parasites with the person in case of neglect of hygienic rules and regulations. The Museum was founded shortly after the war, when epidemics and diseases caused Japanese society damage comparable to the consequences of military action.
The Museum was created twelve years. To create the collection took twenty seven million dollars. The building is located within the layout of a giant man, so it is possible to freely walk inside and get acquainted with the structure and work of the organs and systems of the human body. The Museum staff necessarily have medical education and intelligibly answer all questions of visitors.
If you want to improve your knowledge of human anatomy, the Museum of the human body in the Netherlands – the perfect place for this.
Museum "Plastinarium" (Guben, Germany) opened in a small town on the border with Poland. The Museum organized Gunther von Hagens, nicknamed "Dr. Death". As exhibits it uses bought the corpses of people, there are among the exhibits and the bodies of executed prisoners. Before becoming exhibits of the body are treated in a special way, where they removed the fat and water, their place is replaced by a substance structure resembles plastic.
In the Museum you can find various sculptures out of dead bodies. So you can see the sculptural composition, where corpses play cards or ride a horse. A visit to the Museum creates a twofold sense: many visitors to the Museum can not stand seeing the spectacle and lose consciousness, some are delighted by what they saw and believe the doctor is a genius.