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The Anatomical Veterinary Museum in Pisa

An interesting collection of animal specimens

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The collections housed in the Anatomical Veterinary Museum (Museo Anatomico Veterinario) were gathered in the first half of the nineteenth century, during the period of the Grand Duchy of Tuscany. The collections mainly consist of domestic animal specimens, principally horse, and were gathered with the aim of furthering the study of veterinary science. The collections were housed within the Santa Chiara hospital until the 1960s when they were moved to the faculty of Veterinary Science in the University of Pisa. The collection of dried organs and the collection of limbs and skeletons are of particular interest.

Opening hours
By appointment only

Entry fee


Disabled access

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