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More Old Science!

This time I found some old science in the Amsterdam Museum (which had a fantastic ‘History of Amsterdam’ section that I highly recommend if you are ever in the area).

Amsterdam was amazing in general and we had a great time! It was clear they had a big Hip Hop scene there too which was cool.

Anyway – the art gallery had three fantastic paintings of medical education.

First two: brain surgery and an infant dissection.

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The third painting was of skeletal anatomy:

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No lab coats, formaldehyde, or gloves! Just sweet looking scholarly outfits.

Ah, the good old days.

Of course, there were a lot more amazing things to see at this museum, but I thought I’d share this health science type stuff with you.

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