Body Worlds exhibition in RomeOdd Stuff Sep 24, 2011 In the capital of Italy, an exhibition of the famous German anatomist Gunther von Hagens Body Worlds. The exhibits represent the human body and its parts will be saved by a specially developed technique of plastination. Take a look. Preservation of bodies and parts thereof produced by a method invented by Von Hagens Plastination: a biological material is impregnated with the biopolymer by vacuum, and then work with him as with art exhibits. In each exhibition presents about 25 bodies, as well as some of their fragments, provided by volunteers in the donor program. Over the past 15 years, the exposition was presented in more than 50 museums around the world. Traveling exhibitions organized by von Hagens held since 1995 and enjoyed great interest among the public.