Nobody in the world would ever want to have the memories of broken relationship with them. They try to forget every memory of it, destroy everything associated with that relationship. But it seldom works
As there is a saying in Hindi
Aap jitna pyaar se dur bhagoge….
Pyaar utna hi tumhare pass ayega…
Pyaar ko jitna bhulana chaoge…
Woh utna hi tumhe yaad ayega….
The more you try to run away from a Relationship…
The more you get involved in it.….
And the more you try to forget Love….
The more it becomes unforgettable…..

A new concept was conceptualized in Croatia by Olinka Vištica and Dražen Grubišić to open a museum of broken relationship where instead of destroying the things and the memories with the Broken Relationship, one can overcome the emotional collapse by contributing things associated with it to the museum along with the story of your love and Breakup. This is sure to give you a therapeutic relief and also your love demise is formally recognized.
And within a short period of time this has gain a huge popularity. It received amazing audience and media response (more than 180000 visitors during the Museum’s International Tour on October 2010). The Museum of Broken Relationships is located in the beautiful baroque Kulmer palace (dated 1776, classified as national heritage) in the Upper Town – a historical part of Zagreb rich in tourist attractions. It is an unavoidable sight in your exploration of Zagreb and a unique emotional journey around the world through hundreds of love break-ups.

“The museum cafe gives you a chance to pull yourself together after an emotional whirlwind caused by the exhibition, in a quiet and pleasant atmosphere accompanied by the sounds of good music.” – Museum of Broken Relationship

Here are some photographs for you

Broken Relationship

Broken Relationship1




You can know more and read some stories on the website of the Museum.


Published in Destination, Europe
  1. Pradhan 1 year ago

    Such a thing can have museum … haha.. anything is possible in this world. The statement of Anupam Kher , ‘Kuch Bhi ho Sakta hai’ is very true.

  2. Aimless Vagabond 1 year ago

    Well, I suppose this, too, is a celebration of the human condition.

  3. Jenny 1 year ago

    Interesting concept, although it seems like it’s more for the contributors’ healing process than for the visitors’ interest. I’m not sure that I want to spend much time looking at/hearing about the remnants of other peoples’ breakups. But hey, if it works for people, why not?

  4. Shrinidhi Hande 12 months ago

    Interesting.. So many ideas for museums,… thanks for sharing

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