The Icelandic Museum of Sorcery and Witchcraft is a small museum located in the town of Hólmavík in Iceland. It is dedicated to the study of Icelandic sorcery and witchcraft, which played a significant role in Icelandic culture and history. The museum features exhibits on the practice of magic in Iceland, including artifacts and documents related to spells, curses, and divination. It also explores the history of witchcraft in Iceland, including the witch trials that took place in the country during the 17th century. The museum's collection includes a variety of objects related to Icelandic sorcery, such as runes, amulets, and magical staves. The museum offers guided tours and other educational programs.
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