Strangest museums in the world to visit
If for a visit to the famous Louvre in Paris visitors stand in endless lines, or if the Uffizi Tate or stand on toe for a place closer to the masterpieces of world art, recently began to be more attractive to tourists museums housing oddities. And it is not the dung Museum in Hartford, Connecticut, or about the famous museums of sex.
In a ranking of the most bizarre museums are certainly among the first of the “Broken Relationships”, so-called ” Museum of Broken Relationships “, which operates in a house in Zagreb, Croatia. Here are exposed objects during some relationships that ended badly , but there are also video testimonies of those who have suffered separations.
A museum that attracts many tourists is the Kunsthaus in Graz, Austria – And not through its exhibits, which are works of art from ancient times to our time, but rather by the look of the building that houses the museum. . Some like a body or strange, others say it’s broken SF.Museum “Bad Art” would translate as ” Museum of Bad Art “in Somerville, Massachusetts, hide in it (and well done) the worst failures and artistic works, paintings that a child of eight years they -It could categorize as failures. Kitsch is omnipresent museum work, and poor training of painters not even lead to naive art, but rather to some works that even the most loving parent would not hang on the wall if offspring would paint in such a way . And even if it defies common sense artistic works, even the museum exhibition is beautifully structured and what to see, looks even better!
Strangest museums in the world to visit
Museum cutter rookie Elvis Presley
Strange as it may seem, the place where the king of rock’n’roll and the military service was a museum that commemorates the incorporation milling. Already famous photographs of Elvis Presley in military uniform, and most popular were those in which the singer wore no cap, leaving they see his new haircut. In this sense, the military base in Fort Chaffee can see exhibits reminiscent of the period of military “King”.
Cancun Underwater Museum of Art , Mexico (Museo de Arte Subacuatico) can be passed easily in the “oddities museum”, since, as it name suggests, can be visited only by those who are fond of diving into water. But once entered into the depths, the visitor discovers a fascinating world full of spectacular images. Many sculptors have “thrown” into the ocean works, and they have been invaded by underwater vegetation, so regular divers Museum curators cleans sinks and exhibits. More than 400 sculptures and works well as a coral reef.
Lonely Planet, the largest publisher of travel guides in the world, has made a list of the most exciting new destinations to travel in 2016.
The first artificial lagoon, located in Wales, UK, is one of the most interesting sights that will be inaugurated in 2016, according to publisher Lonely Planet. With an estimated value of about 16 million, lagoon Snowdonia intended surfers, will open in spring 2016. It is 305 meters long and uses rainwater to produce waves every 60 seconds.
The top have joined, among others, the Louvre Abu Dhabi and a new high-speed train in Japan. “Our experts have traveled the world tour to discover the extraordinary tourist attractions,” said director of Lonely Planet, Noirin Hagarty. In addition to new destinations, the list also includes old destinations under development, Akagera National Park in Rwanda, the new currency will be brought, and the Panama Canal, the expansion of which have invested approximately EUR 4.58 billion.
And the new Louvre museum complex, built in Abu Dhabi, whose inauguration will take place this year, entered the list drawn up by specialists. Futuristic building, the dome will be located on an artificial lake and will house works of art from different eras, from the Buddhist engravings, paintings in oil Italian. Also in 2016 will be inaugurated a new building of Tate Modern art gallery in London. It will have 10 floors and will be open from June 17.
The National Museum in Qatar, which opened its doors in the Doha capital and which was created by the French architect Jean Nouvel, holds the largest exhibition on the 8,000-square-foot planet and cost 434 million dollars according to the Le Journal du dimanche.
The latest in a series of large Persian Gulf museums, it was due to be completed in 2016, a year before the old Doha administration allies, including Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, economic and diplomatic isolation. More specifically, Qatar is accused of not being sufficiently distancing Iran, a Shiite regional power rival to Saudi Arabia, and supporting radical Islamist groups, which the Doha administration denies.
Designed futuristic, sand-shaped rose-sand (crystal formations and sand-specific sand), the museum hosted an inaugural ceremony led by the Emir of Qatar in the vast inner yard, sheik Tamim ben Hamad Al-Thani.The Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, spoke in the opening.His Kuwaiti counterpart, Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Jaber al-Sabah, and French Prime Minister, Edouard Philippe, joined him.
The event was attended by top celebrities Naomi Campbell, fashion designer Victoria Beckham and José Mourinho football coach as well as politicians such as former French President Nicolas Sarkozy and his wife Carla Bruni and French prime minister Edouard Philippe.The inauguration took place in the presence of celebrities and politicians.Actors Johnny Depp, Luke Evans, Zoe Saldana, singer and fashion designer Victoria Beckham attended the opening ceremony. Also, former French President Nicolas Sarkozy and his wife Carla Bruni attended the event.
The museum – chaired by Mayor Al-Thani, Emir’s sister – celebrates the country’s bedouin past, the oil and gas-influenced present, but its immense wealth as well as the emir’s desire to differentiate itself from neighbors in the eyes of the international community.
For Jean Nouvel, who also designed the monumental Louvre Museum in Abu Dhabi, inaugurated in 2017, the Doha institution can become “a tourist destination” and a “symbol”.
Laureate of the prestigious – the equivalent of the Nobel Prize in Architecture – was accused of working for non-democratic countries.“I’ve been working for centuries or centuries for people, not for a person at a certain moment in power,” he said.
The 52,000-square-foot museum, which at the entrance is decorated with 114 fountains carved at a distance of 900 meters and has galleries with exhibits with a length of 1.5 kilometers, joins other famous buildings from Doha, such as the National Library and the Islamic Art Museum.
Museum of Sex in New York is proof that people constantly reinvents itself, even sexually, becoming increasingly inventive writes “The Daily Beast“. The objects used for masturbation, erotic literature in the 1500s and pornography yellowy, things have changed almost completely.