Erotic Museum In Paris
There are erotic museums in many countries around the world - Europe, Asia and America. The oldest of them, in Naples, here in 1819, visitors were ashamed to see the objects of the erotic content found at Pompey's excavation. In Amsterdam, Venus Temple appeared in 1985. Russia was the first to become Erotic museum In St. Petersburg, and later, a museum of this kind appeared in Catherineburg and Moscow.
The head of the museum is Igor Knyazkin, Chief Medical Officer of the Centre for Prostatology of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences. Since the early 1990s, he has started collecting erotic objects and now has collected more than 15,000 exponents in his collection. The opening of the exhibit was held at the Centre for Prostatology in April 2004. The exhibition is located in two small corridors and will take 20 to 30 minutes. Dr. Igor Knyazkin believes that the life expectancy of a person is determined by the condition of his sexual system, as nature requires a person capable of progeny.
Igor Knyazkin himself collected most of the collection, and some of the items are gifts from famous people, Dmitri Lihacheva and Mikhail Piotrovsky, Boris Berezovsky and Philippe Kirkorov. The most remarkable exhibit is the child-born organ of Grigori Rasputin. In the legend, right after the murder of the old-fashioner at the Palace of Yusupov on Moika, someone took possession of this exponent, and then boiled and handed him over to Matrene Rasputina. The immigrant to America, Matrena, has kept his father's child-born body for the rest of her life, and in 1976 she handed it to a gentleman who sold it to Russia.
There are artwork in the collection - paintings, graphs and sculptures that portray the beauty of the human body. Here are some fun toys and a collection of ceramics, a tech gel. A lot of exponents about a child-bearing member in the form of a brake or spoon, pens and tubes.
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