Rotten shark and dancing corpses: worst museums in the world

© AFP 2018 / Jan Woitas / Dpa Anatomical exhibition of real human bodies Body Worlds in Leipzig, Germany. 3 June 2010Rotten shark and dancing corpses: worst museums in the world© AFP 2018 / Jan Woitas / Dpa

Roasted Guinea pig and rotten cheese with maggots in Sweden the Museum of disgusting food. RIA Novosti recalls other terrible and controversial exhibition spaces, which are popular in the world.

Museum of disgusting food

In the third largest city of Sweden, malmö, gather the exhibition of 80 of the most disgusting dishes of world cuisine — of course, from the point of view of Europeans, as citizens of the countries from which came the food, consider them delicacies. Museum of disgusting food, will open on 31 October, but on the website and social networks as already presented some of the exhibits.

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Su Callu Sardu or kid Goat’s rennet cheese. It’s called Sardinian Viagra and the taste is described as gasoline and ammonia mixed with wax. #disgustingfood #foodporn

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It is noteworthy that among them are not only such Exotica as rice wine with baby mice, but also common in Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan drink fermented Mare’s milk. There is also a traditional Swedish «abominations» such as canned fermented herring — surströmming.

Some products you can try, but special attention is given to odors. Some of the dishes will be placed in sealed containers and will be changed regularly to keep «freshness». The Creator of the Museum, Samuel West boasts that they have «the stinky cheese in the world.» For this title can compete several Museum exhibits. For example, goat rennet cheese and Sardinian rotten cheese with maggots. Rotten shark from Iceland called haukal also, presumably, smells impressive.

The Museum of Parasitology

In 1993 she opened the Institute of plastinization, and Hagens began to assemble a collection of bodies bequeathed by volunteers or received from prisons and colonies. The Museum is constantly replenished with new exhibits from which the Hagens creates a kind sculptures without the skin, but often with ironic subtext.

The pathologist called his collection «World body» and travels with her to different countries, causing controversy. Many consider it a mockery of the deceased, but the doctor is ready for example to defend this «art». He bequeathed his body to the Museum and after his death will be one of the exhibits.