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The Norwegian Museum of Veterinary History

The Norwegian Museum of Veterinary History Photo: Norsk veterinærmedisinsk museum
The Norwegian Museum of Veterinary History Photo: Norsk veterinærmedisinsk museum

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The Norwegian Museum of Veterinary History presents the private collection of professor Carl Schwensen Aaser, donated to the the Norwegian School of Veterinary Science in 1969.

The main attraction of the museum is a complete veterinary office from the early 1900s with original furniture, instruments, litterature and journals. The museum also displays a large number of veterinary instruments.

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Tram No.17/18 > Adamstuen
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The Norwegian Museum of Veterinary History - Photo: Norsk veterinærmedisinsk museum

The Norwegian Museum of Veterinary History

The Norwegian Museum of Veterinary History presents the private collection of professor Carl Schwensen Aaser, donated to the the Norwegian School of...

The Norwegian Museum of Veterinary History

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