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Sabuncuoglu TIp ve Cerrahi Muzesi

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If you visit Kos Island and Bergama you see the first hospitals in history called as Asklepion. But... read more

Reviewed February 28, 2019
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Wealth depends on doctors; nurses; operations; vaccinations; methods of applications; surgeries... read more

Reviewed November 21, 2018
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Having been to the Medical History Museum in Edirne, I found this museum in Amasya very amateurish. Yes, it provides lots of information about the way medical treatments were carried out between 14th to 19th centuries, yes it's one of the oldest "medical centers" in Anatolia and
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If you visit Kos Island and Bergama you see the first hospitals in history called as Asklepion. But these are the first modren hospitals of during 12 th century and later Ottoman hospitals. This hospital and the building are so unique and the doctor Serefeddin Sabuncuoğlu is
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Wealth depends on doctors; nurses; operations; vaccinations; methods of applications; surgeries, medicines..etc One of the best museum of about wealth must be visited
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I found the Health Museum to be very interesting with ancient surgical tools and miniatures of surgical procedures used in the 14th century. One of the most important physicians who worked here was Serefedin Sabuncuoğlu and the hospital is a museum about his work. The hospital
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The city fathers of Asmaya are clearly into 'accessibility' in the sense that this seven hundred year old hospital is truly brought to life in a way Turkish children can understand and appreciate. Those rather Disneyfied exhibits may not be exactly sophisticated but even for us
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