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Anatomischer Hörsaal
Anatomischer Hörsaal © Stefan Josef Müller, Berlin

Das Tieranatomische Theater

A stage for science

The Animal Anatomical Theater on the grounds of Campus North of the Humboldt University in Berlin-Mitte is Berlin's oldest surviving academic teaching building. Carl Gotthard Langhans, who also designed the Brandenburg Gate, built the building with the central, overcoupled auditorium 1789/90 on behalf of King Frederick William II as the heart of the newly founded veterinary school.

Address
Tieranatomisches Theater - Haus 3 (Campus Nord)

Philippstraße 12/13 10115  Berlin


Bonds to ancient architecture and to Palladio's villas of the Northern Italian Renaissance made the school a stage for the young science of veterinary medicine.

Since 2012, the Hermann von Helmholtz Center for Cultural Engineering at the Humboldt University has used the building for experimentally and performatively oriented knowledge exhibitions with laboratory character.

The cooperation with museums, university institutions and collections as well as other partners promotes the linking of scientific and artistic-creative approaches. A permanent exhibition is dedicated to many exhibits of the 200-year-old use of the building.

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