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Belgian Museum of Radiology

Muse belge de la Radiologie

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The Brussels Museum of Radiology, one of only a handful of such museums worldwide, was founded in 1990. The history of radiology is documented from the discovery of x-rays by the physicist Wilhelm Konrad Rontgen, through to the more esoteric uses of today, such as investigating valuable paintings to see through layers of paint, or forensic investigation of spent bullets, or the scrutiny of the deep interiors of fossils so that they might not have to be dissected to reveal their secrets.

Phone: +32 / 02 268 00 50 (ext.2402)

Fax: +32 / 02 268 22 69

Location: 2, rue Bruyn, Brussels 1120

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