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Illustration showing spectators and sight-seers visiting the Paris Morgue, c. 1870s. The city had built a glass wall in front of a refrigerated room, so that the visiting public could help to identify unknown corpses, but it soon became simply a gruesome tourist attraction, drawing as many as 40,000 per day before the morgue closed to the public in 1907.

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Illustration showing spectators and sight-seers visiting the Paris Morgue, c. 1870s. The city had built a glass wall in front of a refrigerated room, so that the visiting public could help to identify unknown corpses, but it soon became simply a gruesome tourist attraction, drawing as many as 40,000 per day before the morgue closed to the public in 1907.