- Sexuality has always played an important role in social customs and art. That's the general message you'll take away from this attractive little museum that only opened to the public in 1997. The prize exhibits are the collection of Chinese and Japanese engravings and a few other early-20th century artefacts. You'll see some stimulating illustrations of the Kama Sutra, some Japanese erotic drawings and replicas of African phallic sculptures. There's an interesting collection of 1930s photos depicting the brothels and habitués of Barcelona's red light district (Barri Xinés).
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