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Enthusiasts Hildesheim Museum shows in autumn «epidemics» exhibition

13:22  20 july  2021
13:22  20 july  2021 Source:   zdnet.de

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Museums day in Hildesheim . Cultural delights compact. Whether the renowned Roemer and Pelizaeus Museum , the Cathedral Museum or the World Heritage experience exhibition - the Hildesheim Museum delight visitors with world-famous exhibits , unique art treasures, multimedia presentations. The offer includes: • two overnight stays incl. breakfast buffet in the hotel • Hildesheim Museum Card incl. visit of the Roemer- and Pelizaeus- Museum , the City Museum , Cathedral Museum and coffee & cake in the Museum Restaurant Nil. • one information pack per room. Price: from 111.00 Euro per

Special exhibition : " Epidemics " (10 people or more). Between late summer 2021 and spring 2022, discover the cultural and natural history of epidemics in this high-quality and globally unique exhibition at the Roemer and Pelizaeus Museum Hildesheim . The exhibition takes you through the history of pandemics and also examines the latest developments. Only 40 kilometres away from Hildesheim , the regional horticultural show in Bad Gandersheim will be inspiring visitors from 14 April to 9 October 2022.

infectious diseases have threatened humanity at all times. The deadly danger, but also the medical advances illuminated the exhibition "epidemics. Curse of the past - threat to the future », which should be seen from 2 October 2021 to 1 May 2022 in the Hildesheim Roemer and Pelizaeus Museum (RPM).

Schriftrollen -teils aus Papyrus, teils aus Pergament- sind in einer Rekonstruktion der Bibliothek von Alexandria im Roemer- und Pelizaeus-Museum Hildesheim zu sehen. © Moritz Frankenberg / DPA Scroll part from papyrus, partly from parchment - can be seen in a reconstruction of the Library of Alexandria in the Roemer and Pelizaeus Museum Hildesheim.

The planning for the exhibition has been running since the year 2018, with the Corona pandemic, according to the curator Oliver, she gave an "unimaginable topicality". It deals with the largest exhibition ever been shown on this topic, said Ghauert.

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A Smithsonian Institution exhibit titled Outbreak: Epidemics in a Connected World has been expanded in its scope and reach. Since its launch in 2018, Outbreak has taught visitors to the National Museum of Natural History in Washington about Ebola, HIV/AIDS, smallpox and influenza. The exhibition ’s message is especially relevant today, curator Sabrina Sholts said. “We have to work together — across borders, disciplines and communities — in order to prevent new diseases from emerging and becoming pandemic threats,” she said. Banner image: Panels from an exhibit at the Museum of Natural History

Wood engraving showing nurses attending to patients in Paris during the 1889-90 flu pandemic. The pandemic killed an estimated 1 million people. (Image credit: Shutterstock). A polio epidemic that started in New York City caused 27,000 cases and 6,000 deaths in the United States. The disease mainly affects children and sometimes leaves survivors with permanent disabilities. Polio epidemics occurred sporadically in the United States until the Salk vaccine was developed in 1954.

on a total of 1800 square meters, visitors should take a journey through time from ancient Egypt to the present. Already completed is a replica of the library of Alexandria. The basis for written sources, because remains of the destroyed library from the ancient Egypt were never found. "The place was a research institute, where the most important doctors of antiquity worked," said groomed.

For his project, he was able to win numerous cooperation partners. Among other things, the Braunschweiger Helmholtz Center for Infection Research, the Paul Ehrlich Institute and the Medical University of Hannover. Extensive informed should be informed, for example, about the for and against the vaccination.

Originally, the start of the disease exhibition was planned for the end of August, but the Corona pandemic delayed, among other things, the purchase of material for the elaborate construction. In the course of summer, spectacular objects are to be supplied, including a replica of the HI virus that can trigger untreated AIDS. Painting of famous artists should also be seen in Hildesheim.

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