The Museum Of Broken Relationships Collects Romantic Artifacts

The Museum Of Broken Relationships Collects Romantic Artifacts

An interesting curation philosophy leads to a collection of items that used to have sentimental value.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 7 december 2010

If you ever find yourself wondering where to place all the gifts and special things you have shared with your now-ex, you don’t have to set your eyes on the trash bin. The Museum of Broken Relationships has its doors open to teddy bears, pictures, suitcases, pillows, and just about anything that defines your old relationships.

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