S. Kazlauskas

Devil's museum - among the strangest in Europe

Chock-a-block with cuddly stuffed toys and antique wood carvings, Kaunas’ Devil Museum is a lot friendlier in reality than the nasty den of iniquity you might imagine.

Founded by artist and local eccentric Antanas Žmuidzinavičius, who collected over 2,000 representations of devils and demons from all over the world, pieces vary from political sculptures (Hitler and Stalin as devils, performing a dance of death), to twigs and pebbles that bear a passing resemblance to the Prince of Darkness.

Read about the strangest Europe's museums here.