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New toilet museum opens in Wiesbaden, Germany

Photo: Harlekin Klooseum, Wiesbaden

“Harlekin’s Klooseum – Museum of Modern Arsch” opened it doors on 3 April 2011 in the German city of Wiesbaden. The focus of the exhibition is the cultural history of the toilet and the human body.

The Klooseum (“Looseum”) is the brainchild of collector Michael Berger (69) who explained “this is my present to humanity. I am mad, but I love loos.”

Lots of Neo-Dada toilet humour. “Esst mehr Scheiße – Millionen Fliegen können nicht irren”.

Entry: € 4,99, recommended for children of 10 years and older
Open: every Sunday from 03 April 2011 from 11:11 – 17:17 until 28 August 2011
Address: Wandersmannstrasse 2b, D-65205 Wiesbaden, Germany

See photogallery on T-online

Web site (in German): www.klooseum.de

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