I know that there are so many museums in Paris, so I went in to take a look when I passed by the Du Pitrand Museum. I didn’t know what kind of museum it was before I went in. However, if you were timid, I entered with caution. There are displays similar to human specimens.
The Paris Deepettrange Museum was founded in 1835 by a famous surgeon in Paris Deepettrange, France, who collected diseased, deformed fetuses, bones, and human organs. There are more than 6,000 specimens, preserved in liquid-filled tanks, a waxy head model of odd cysts, cleft lip and palate, and horrific and ineffable birth defects. Each exhibit is accompanied by explanations of its pathological features and details.
This is a medical museum, and although it does not show very well, it is a specimen of disease and defects in the human body, it makes me more aware of the importance of medicine and how to prevent disease, I am glad I came here
Good, there are so many people going, I will continue to visit when I have the opportunity.
It is so beautiful and I am trying to come back next time!