Although I did not expect much of a medicine museum I was flabbergasted by their collection; it covers several floors in an art nouveau building (which once was the Belgian embassy and the residence of the ambassador). It possesses the 1555 edition of Vesalius' book "De humani corporis fabrica". absolutely worth a visit!!!!
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