The Medical Museum at the University of Copenhagen presents the history of medicine through a collection of about 80,000 artifacts from the 18th century onwards relating to Danish medicine, pharmacy, odontology, radiology, osteology and folk medicine.
Bredgade 62, 1260 København, Denmark
+45 35 32 38 00
Museum of the History of Medicine and Nearby Attractions on Map
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