They already say that in Iceland they are a bit weird ... Maybe it's because of the weather, the geysers, the volcanoes exploding day and day or not or because of their distance with the rest of Europeans on the continent, the country seems to produce a few very peculiar characters through of its history
As an example, singer Björk is not the most normal person in the world we say.
Well, among other phenomena in the country we have a history teacher who in 1976 founded the only museum in the world dedicated to the penis.
The phallus has always been used in most cultures and religions as a claim of fertility or energy. It is usual, for example, to find ourselves at the door of any house in Bhutan with the image of a large penis presiding over the main door as we can see in the images that illustrate Paco Nadal's article.
The Icelandic museum is called The Icelandic Faloteca and it has not only human penises but it also becomes a spectacular collection of more than 150 penises of almost all species of mammals that can be seen - or castrated - by the Icelandic country. Anyway, all nationalities peniles They are welcome and the museum has a good catalog of flabby or erect virile members.
In addition, the museum has a store where you can buy all kinds of items related to the penis ideal for those travel purchases that we never know what to give.
Hours and addresses of the Penis Museum
- The museum opens its doors every day from 10 in the morning until six in the afternoon.
- Address: Laugavegur 116, Reykjavik.
- Ticket price: 1,250 Icelandic crowns.
An ideal visit for penis lovers as well as for any tourist who wishes to give a touch of humor to a trip through Iceland that will mainly be based on the natural wonders of the country.
Official site, Phallus