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A museum unlike any other, the Clockarium of Schaerbeek, Belgium houses a large collection of vintage Art Deco style ceramic clocks. With over a thousand clocks displayed on three floors you'll discover a wide range of clocks, including antique 1920s clocks and unique modern Art Deco stylized clocks. The museum is especially known for its collection faience mantelclock pieces. A quirky yet fun visit.
Bibliotheca Wittockiana is the only museum in the world that's focused on the art of bookbinding. This unique museum shows how bookbinding has evolved from the Renaissance to modern times. See rare antique books and their unique covers The museum also has rotating exhibitions on related subjects and you can even take a bookbinding workshop. Since this museum is focused on books, naturally it has an impressive onsite library.
The Museum of Medicine (Musée de la Médecine) is dedicated to chronicling the history of medicine, including technology, practices, and art relating to medicine. These unique displays come all over the world and some pieces date back to antiquity. It's a fascinating visit, though it should be noted that some of exhibits might be a bit too grisly for the weak of stomach!
Located in the corridor and the waiting room of Military Hospital's radiology department, the Museum of Radiology shows some of the great achievements in the radiology scientific field. This small unique museum exhibits photos and artifacts that chronicles the scientific field, including showing unique x-rays. To witness the path of progress and development, Museum of Radiology is a must visit!