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December 02, 2019
The Josephinum was built between 1783 and 1785 for the Academy of Medicine and Surgery, and shows numerous wax models of the human body.
Emily & Jamie
Emily & Jamie
July 09, 2017
First ever made historic anatomically correct wax figures.

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25 Währinger Straße
Vienna, Vienna 1090
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