Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Phallic Specimen, Phallic Specimen everywhere!



Enter a centre of research, education and exhibition place that bears the name of “The Icelandic Phallological museum”. To put it in more simple terms it is a Penis museum, featuring a large number of the aforementioned primary male sexual organ conserved in jars of all sizes in formaldehyde.


The land of fire and ice announces its popular attraction in two unique ways. First by giving the statement that the phallus museum, which by the way has the excellent internet web address of phallus.is, by saying it is probably the only museum in the world to contain a collection of phallic specimens belonging to all the various types of mammal found in a single country.




Secondly by displaying the proud penis-shaped sign, the only way to give visitors a proper welcome. Certainly one of the worlds best museums on  the world of phallology,  educating us about the penis, and of its place in history, art, and society.

The museum prides itself on a collection of 280 specimens from 93 different species. Most of them from whales, sea and land mammals. Of course some of the examples are attributed to elves and trolls.