Although rebuilt after World War II, this place is still an awe-inspiring place, especially if you see the anatomy table in the classroom, you can imagine how much pressure it was to do scientific research.
It was the first anatomical classroom in the world, and it made a great contribution to the development of modern medicine. The classroom was beautiful, but it was destroyed during the Second World War. It took 50 years to renovate the classroom after the war.
The classroom is located on a mezzanine platform. The whole classroom has a sacred feeling. This is the earliest anatomy room in the world. They laid a foundation for modern medicine, so I still respect this place.
If the planer is no longer issued, it means to send one. Pay attention to go out and turn left, there is a library to see!
The church is very well carved, the wall carvings are all textured, really detailed, and as a layman, I don't particularly understand the structure, so I can only visit as an outsider.
The building in which the anatomy classroom is located is called the Palazzo Aquiginosio, and is actually the first permanent campus of the University of Bologna, built in 1563, to visit the historic University of Bologna, which is the original site! The anatomy classroom was built in 1673, the first modern medical anatomy laboratory! Netizens also need to be careful, not hair irrelevant pictures.