Many museums are very famous, especially for the works of famous artists that are characterized by their beauty. However, there are museums for all tastes. Therefore, we have grouped the rarest museums in the world in this article for you to make the best cultural trips.

Museum of broken relationships. Full of objects of those who have decided to forget the pain.

In Zagreb, Croatia, love failure has become conceptual art. The Museum of Broken Relationships is perhaps one of the strangest and most attractive places in the world. The capital and the most important city of Croatia has an exhibition dedicated to unfinished romances and love failures.

As part of this cathartic process, a collection of objects has been put together, donated by injured people who are in the process of healing. This museum is full of items from people who have decided to part with what reminded them of that less joyful time in their lives.

This place can be considered a sad and depressing place. But it was created as a beacon of hope and reconciliation with oneself. This exhibition was so successful that it has a traveling collection that has reached all corners of the world.

The Museum Of Bad Art (MOBA). Show the world the worst art there is.

In Boston, Massachusetts, the museum is listed as a song of subjectivism. This is the Museum of Bad Art, responsible for presenting bad art to the general public. Is one of the rarest museums in the world.

The Museum Of Bad Art (MOBA) was founded in 1993 and was originally housed in the basement of a private home in Boston. However, the space quickly grew small and the collection was permanently housed in a 1912 movie theatre.

It is dedicated to “the collection, preservation, exhibition and celebration of bad art in all its forms”. The museum only accepts interesting and compelling works of art. Among those that stand out the most are the “poor traits”, which means the poor traits, and the “blue people”, where you will only see blue everywhere. 

The Museum of Bad Art (MOBA) has “strict standards”. They also constantly seek out offers from donors around the world and go to markets, thrift stores, and even junk with their team in search of attractive MOBA-worthy pieces. The popularity of the museum is such that even garbage collection companies have contacted the institution to inform them of spectacular discoveries.

The Mummy Museum, a collection of natural mummies. One of the rarest museums in the world.

Located in the small mining town of Guanajuato (Mexico), declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, hundreds of bodies were buried in the crypts of the Pantheon of Santa Paula in the mid-19th century.

The mummified bodies come from the pantheon of Santa Paula. The Guanajuato Mummies Museum has a collection of 117 relics. It is the largest collection of natural mummies in the world, made up of women, men and children, whose remains were exhumed between 1865 and 1869.

At that time, families had to pay a tax imposed by the municipal government to bury their deceased. If necessary, the bodies were exhumed. It was during one of these exhumations that they discovered that the bodies were mummified by a natural process, possibly due to the region’s unique climatic factors.

These macabre corpses have been on display since the early 1970s in this museum, which receives hundreds of thousands of people every year. At first, visits to the catacombs of the Pantheon of Santa Paula to observe the mummified bodies were carried out clandestinely.

Today, many tourists from all over the world come to visit the museum which, although it is not unique in the world, has the particularity of having a collection of natural mummies, that is, the bodies do not have not been embalmed to preserve them. 

The Hair Museum, which was initially created as a souvenir.

The Hair Museum in beautiful Cappadocia was started by a potter who asked a friend to give him a wick as a souvenir. She cut a lock that he kept. Thus began the beautiful tradition, and women continue to cut off a lock of hair and give it to this man to increase his collection. It is said that today there are 16,000 hairs of all kinds there and that the number increases every day.

The hair museum is owned by Chez Galip, a famous master potter who has a workshop in town and his museum is Guinness World Records. The collection is housed in a cave whose walls are barely recognizable as they are covered with the locks of thousands of women who are identified with their names and addresses.

For 30 years, women have been going there and discovering the history of the museum, leaving their locks of hair behind. And thanks to this “symbolic” act, Chez has locks of women from all over the world. Isn’t this one of the rarest museums in the world?

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