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Saturday, November 25, 2006

Iceland’s Museum Of Sorcery And Witchcraft

Museum of Sorcery and Witchcraft in west Iceland, where visitors can observe obscure magical objects and learn how to scotch ghosts, is steadily growing in popularity.

The Witchcraft Museum in Hólmavík, Strandir, opened in 2000. “The Strandir area has always been notorious for witchcraft and that sparked the idea of the museum,” Sigurdur Atlason told He is the manager of Strandagaldur, the company behind the museum’s exhibitions.

The Witchcraft Museum has gained popularity in recent years, last year it had 8,000 visitors. So far mostly Icelanders have visited the museum, but tourists are becoming increasingly interested. Full Story

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