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North Iceland Penis Museum Erects Human Specimen

The Phallological Museum in Húsavík, northeast Iceland, boasts a complete collection of penises from Icelandic mammals after museum director Sigurdur Hjartarson formally puts the museum’s first human specimen in place on Friday.

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The Phallological Museum. Photo by Eygló Svala Arnarsdóttir.

The specimen was donated by Páll Arason, who passed away last year.

Hjartarson told Fréttabladid he believes this latest addition to the museum’s collection will increase its popularity.

“It was the last specimen that I needed of the Icelandic mammal fauna and I firmly believe that it will improve and strengthen the museum,” Hjartarson commented.

Click here to read more about the museum and the penis donor.

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