A blog about the history, geography, and mythology of the Nordic countries.
Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Iceland, and Finland, and their associated territories.
The infamous Icelandic Phallological Museum was founded in 1997 by historian and teacher Sigurður Hjartarson.
Today the museum collection includes 276 penises from 46 species, including Homo sapiens, as well as related art. The museum moved out of Reykjavik in 2004 to a smaller home in Husavik, but there are plans to reopen the Reykjavik branch in 2012.