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Failures and cannibals: seven museums off the beaten track

A group of nurses in front of the psychiatric hospital in Säter, which is now the Museum of Mental Health. Photo: Archive picture, Mentalvårdsmuseet i Säter

Published: 10.Oct.2018 06:59 hrs

Autumn is near and as it gets colder and colder, nobody really wants to spend a lot of time outside. But after some time, all the conventional museums might get boring. Here's our pick of some more... unusual ones.

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1. The Museum of Failure

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