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Museum of Toilets in New Delhi, India

   Have you ever wondered what it looks like toilets in 2500 BC? If so, you will find your answer here. Indian toilet museum was founded by an American supplier of such equipment, Charles Manoog, in 1979. Most lavatories in the museum are from the early nineteenth century. There are even toilet paper since 1800!...

Museum of Dirt in Boston, Massachusetts

   Museum of Dirt is located in Boston, USA, and has over 300 exhibits. Hobby for things dirty things belongs to Glen Johansen, who decided to turn their passion into art. Peak, the museum has enjoyed success and those who have visited have begun to donate things as odd somehow contaminated as odd....

Mutter Museum in Philadelphia

    Mutter Museum is a medical museum in Philadelphia. Contains an impressive collection of medical oddities, anatomical and pathological specimens, wax models and antique medical equipment. Its main purpose is medical research and educational museum. It is known for collection of skulls.     Among the strangest exhibits is a wax model of a woman with a horn in front, the biggest skeleton in North America, the longest human colon and petrified body of a w...

The Hash, Marijuana and Hemp Museum in Amsterdam, Netherlands

   Located in the heart of tiny red lantern district of Amsterdam, this museum is dedicated to cannabis and its uses. Processes are explained in detail the methods of cultivation and preparation plant and tenofovir, and having a museum store where they sell equipment and cultivated cannabis smoking. Through a glass wall visitors can see dozens of varieties grown in optimal conditions, some plants having over 1.5 tall.    Besides plants, the museum contains a collec...

Torture Museum in Rome, Italy

   Torture Museum in Rome is located in an old prison and was reopened to the public in 1994. Objects are displayed chronologically, from medieval devices to the "modern" ones. The museum is among the few in the world presenting a history of torture and crime.    Among the museum's best pieces is the "bull of fire". This instrument of torture was conceived in the sixth century before Christ for the Sicilian tyrant Falaride. That is why this tool is al...

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