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Gustavianum

Gustavianum
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Gustavianum : Michelin's recommendations

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The Gustavianum, named after its patron, Gustave II Adolf, stands on the site of a medieval episcopal palace and housed the university from 1620 to 1887. The cupola with a sun on top allowed light into the anatomy amphitheatre (1663), where naturalist and professor of medecin, Olof Rudbeck (1630-1702) carried out his public dissections. A museum retraces the history of the university and has a section dedicated to prehistoric and medieval Sweden. The superb Augsbourg cabinet of curiosities was given to King Gustave II Adolf in 1632 by this German town.

Useful Information

  • Address : Akademigatan 3 S - 753 10 Uppsala753 10Uppsala
  • Phone : 018-471 75 71
  • E-mail : museum@gustavianum.uu.se
  • Website :
  • Prices : 50 sek (-12 years old free of charge)

Opening hours :

  • [10am-4pm - closed Mon and 30 Dec-3 Jan]

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