Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin was founded in 1710, it is the oldest hospital and medical school in the city. Museum was opened in 1899, first as a pathology museum, is nowadays about the general history of medicine with more than 750 wet and dry specimens of various organs, including brains. Permeant exhibit “On the Trace of Life” exhibit covers the history of medicine for the last 300 years. A great collection of specimens and artifacts in their stocks can be seen with special arrangements. Pathological Specimens Including Rudolf Virchow’s (the founder of the museum) special collection and various additions through the years the specimen collection today has about 10.000 pathological-anatomical dry and wet specimens. Albrecht von Graefe Collection of Ophthalmological History Contains about 1100 objects including letters, college records, lecture manuscripts, instruments, graphics, photographs, and medals from the German Ophthalmological Society, permanently loaned to the museum. Manuscript and Rara Collection This is the institutes own collection including their dissection protocols, laboratory books, specimen lists, photographs, slides, reprints, images, congratulation notes, paper cuts, letters, ex libris, notes, and lists of expenses. There are also some rare prints from the fields of anatomy and pathology. Collection of Medical and Dental History Mostly teaching devices, thematic tables with extracted teeth, tables of illustrations, specimens, models, wax moulages, prostheses, as well as objects from other fields of the history of medicine like diagnostic and therapeutic instruments with a focus on urology, microscopes, operation chairs and disinfection devices.