Charité Museum of Medical History

„Apart from a huge anatomical-pathological collection in the permanent exhibition, the museum curates smaller exhibitions that portray modern medical problems or historical figures that I always find eye opening.”

Having studied and worked at Charité, the huge hospital and university complex feels like a second home for me. It stands for more than 300 years of work, education and scientific research. It’s one of the most impressive places in Mitte for me.

It feels like a city within the city. When you enter the complex, it’s a mix between modern architecture, GDR buildings and historic red brick walls. The highlight of the campus is the Museum of Medical History founded by Rudolf Virchow in 1899.

Apart from a huge anatomical-pathological collection in the permanent exhibition, the museum curates smaller exhibitions that portray modern medical problems or historical figures that I always find eye-opening to see.

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