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The Museum Vrolik in the Netherlands is just one of many trippy experiences in Amsterdam. The oddball items from the Vrolik family's collection dating to the include one-eyed creatures, preserved conjoined twins and so-called mermaid fetuses.

The Vrolik Museum is named after 19th Dutch anatomists Gerard (1775–1859) and Willem Vrolik (1801–1863). Their collection includes many zoological and comparative anatomical specimens, as well as many pathological specimens such as skeletons with rickets and other diseases of the bone. Since the redesign of the museum, these collections are now on display together for the first time since Willem Vrolik's death.

Discover Museum Vrolik in Amsterdam, Netherlands: An anatomical collection dedicated to human mutants.

This is a museum

This is a museum

Museum Vrolik, Amsterdam

Museum Vrolik houses a tremendous collection of pathological specimens, anomalous embryos, odd skulls and bones, and other anatomical abnormalities, put together by the Gerardus Vrolik

Константин Савицкий - Мечты

✉ Biblio Beauties ✉ paintings of women reading letters & books - Konstantin Savitsky

After a tremendously successful Kickstarter campaign, Viktor Wynd raised £16,090 of his £10,000 target and The Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities, Fine Art and Natural History is now officially open...

After a tremendously successful Kickstarter campaign, Viktor Wynd raised of his target and The Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities, Fine Art and Natural History is now officially open.

Cauldron Craft Oddities: Nature's Naughty Herbs - the baneful components of magick

Hecate’s apothecary. I think I spy a Felix Barrett photograph in there….

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