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The Happiness Project in Amsterdam
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Preserved human & animal remains are on display in a range of poses at this anatomy exhibit.
Body World's takes you to a fascinating journey through the human body with 200 real plastinated bodies on display.
The exhibition features more than 200 anatomical specimens of real human bodies and helps us understand how happiness affects our health.
Body Worlds is a traveling exhibition of human bodies and body parts preserved through the use of a technique called plastination . This makes it possible to reveal the internal anatomical structures of a body. It was invented in 1977 by Gunther von Hagens , a German anatomist
Visit the BODY WORLDS exhibition and discover the secrets of the human body through real anatomic models.
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