in the Biological museum in Borås was closed down in 2012, and a number of the items that have been in the basement. The other parts are brought to the Natural history museum in Gothenburg, sweden for you.
In the fall, decided to the municipal council in Boras, to bring the Hub up to 400 000 us dollars to take care of the parts that were left over, it was, inter alia, on the object, and the däggdjurssamlingen, type of Borås Tidning.
"in a Variety of high schools and primary schools have expressed an interest, and has been here and has taken care of some things," says Kerstin Engelius, skolintendent the Bäckängsgymnasiet, and the person responsible for the remains of the Biological museum at the BT.
It has also been used for the skeleton, which dates from the 1800s, and according to the will of a German boy who died at the age of 17.
”) Shall take place with dignity '
He is supposed to, according to the Borås Tidning had died of a serious illness and choose to donate their bodies to science.
it used to have a skeleton used for teaching, something that does not happen anymore.
" as I understand it, so it will be a matter for the kyrkogårdsförvaltningen. There are, of course, some of the rules and regulations of how to deal with the remains of a human being, " said Martin Eklöf, gymnasiechef the Bäckängsgymnasiet.
this is the place for the person to have a final resting place.
" We've received a request to take care of your bones. This should be done with the dignity of the human body at any time. In this case, kremerar and disrupt, then the ashes at the memorial. However, since there is also an old story related to the skeletal system, one can also think of some kind of memorial plaque, " he Bärve, krematorieföreståndare of the Swedish church in Borås, sweden, to BT.
Updated Date: 03 March 2020, 15:00