Our Sunday trip tooks us to the University Hospital Eppendorf. In Hamburg are the Days of open Monuments and we
decided to visit the old pathology building from the 20th. It has really paid off.
The old rooms are very impressive and so wonderful flooded with light that you can not imagine that this was an area
where corpses were dissected. Especially great was the old stoned section tables. You still have the old taps which they washed the blood into the large drainage holes. Next to it there is an auditorium with old preparations and figured tuberculosis made of wax.
Sections has been performed here until 2006. Since than the whole building is still restored and converted into a Museum of Medical History.
Photos made by me