Old Anatomical Theatre

  Lossi 38     09 Mar 2020

The Old Anatomical Theatre is an impressive piece of neo-classical architecture. It was built by architect J. W. Krause in 1803-05, and was used as an anatomical theatre until 1999. These days, there's not much to see if you just wander in, but the university's collection of decently creepy, formaldahyde-preserved ‘bodies and parts’ that the theatre used to house are on display at the Science Centre AHHAA.


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