Do you like museums? So, if you go in Iceland do not forget to visit the famous Icelandic Phallological Museum of Husavik. Yes, you read that right, it’s Icelandic Phallological museum, a large collection (perhaps unique in the world), which collects faults belonging to different species of mammals.
But make no mistake: this is not a whim of some fetish, but a scientific necessity, as it is a Philology science almost unknown but studied. The collection contains almost 300 faults of many terrestrial and marine mammals in Iceland: whales, bears, seals, moose and many other mammals that live in the cold country. Among them also an organ donated human post-mortem by a 95 year old.Read More »Icelandic Phallological Museum