Spanish pharmacies are characterized by good taste and modern details, both in the capital as well as in other provincial towns.
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Background: Spanish pharmacies are characterized by good taste and modern details, both in the capital as well as in other provincial towns.
The Museum of Pharmaceutical History - classified as the best in the world during the International Federation Congress - is established in the Faculty of Pharmacy in the University City of Madrid and was founded by Don Rafael Folch y Andreu.
Among its treasures are the boxes with medicines of the 18th century .... The alchemist's laboratory of the 16th century.
The alligator and stag horns, phials and bottles, which speak of man's efforts in the past in search of remedies. Scales and weights of different epochs... An apothecary's shop in the Arab style.... poppy, opium and other medicines.
Gibert's establishment founded in 1711 and presided by the image of St. Peter.
A reproduction of the pharmacy of the hospital of Tavera in Toledo in the 17th century.
The so-called "Apothecary's Eye" with precious stones and important drugs.
First-aid case of the 17th century ... a mortar of the same age and others in the Gothic style of the 18th century.
Valuable collections of ceramics and jars of fourhundred types are exhibited in the Museum, among them the most ancient collection of Manises.