We went to the school of Medicine and saw the anatomy amphitheater, which was fascinating. We also saw where Galileo lectured and learned about the famous teachers and student who were at this very old university. But, what really astounded me was the graduation process. Students graduate individually, not as a class. Other students sing a risqué chant, they wear a laurel wreath around their shoulders, they are publicly roasted, flour is thrown on them and the guys strip down to their underwear among other things. Quite the graduation!
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