The Museum of Pharmacy is housed in a part of a former pharmacy called the Red Crayfish on the ground-floor of a Baroque burgher’s house. The equipment is supplemented with faience, stoneware, wooden, china and glass containers for storing medicines. The atmosphere of the room is enhanced by paintings in the Baroque – Classicist style with a theme of healing and three figurative compositions on the vaulted ceiling.
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