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Visit the Museum de l'Eroticain Barcelona, Spain

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Visit this cunning place where you can learn all about the history of erotica, see the works of Picasso and Miro and even watch black and white movies.
How to visit the Museum de l'Erotica in Barcelona
What kind of sensations a visit to the Museum of Erotica will bring to you? Different believe me. Fun and bright and colorful and intriguing, in general, do not pass by.

Inside you will see ancient sculptures, Japanese phalluses, Chinese paintings, modern comics, photos, and even the works of Picasso, on which you will see the erotic dreams of the great painter. In a separate room you can watch black and white films, and the plates of each museum-piece tells the story of eroticism in all its incarnations.

How to do?

1. Come to Rambala Boulevard (in the heart of the city).
2. Pay for the entrance and come in do not be shy. At the entrance a girl in the image of Merlin Monroe in a full sexual energy pose will meet you.
3. Inspect all exhibits, Picasso's vulgar dreams etched in the pictures and much more.
4. Go into the secluded room separated from the rest ones to watch the old black and white erotic films.

Where to do?

#10Erotic Museum in BarcelonaErotic Museum

Such a museum would have had to appear in Barcelona, one of the most beautiful and erotic towns in the world that inspired many famous artists and cultural workers.

Location: La Rambla 96, Barcelona
Open hours: Works daily from 10:00 am till 11:59 pm.

How much?

Entrance to the museum costs €9.

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