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Most troubles of this world are due to the lack of love. In some of its forms and to a great extent, love is the solution to any problem.

We collect places and their memories. Museums are not primarily about objects but about values. They are created to recognize and protect what they find is endangered - a human experience that should be retained and passed on. Love is the value of our choice.

This is a virtual museum, but it is also very much real: the world is dotted by thousands of places of legendary loves. This permanent exhibition presents our current choice. If we succeed to send out our travelling exhibitions or encourage others to set up permanent ones around the local story, our museum will spread even physically.

Some loves outlived their protagonists. Be they fictitious or legendary, or, in many cases entirely real, their memory survived because they express best what the human existence is all about. This inspiration may help us when obsessive materialism, selfishness and fear of different others trivialize our lives.


The first instance of our travelling exhibition is now closed. A brief summary can be found here.


  • Djula and Pavle

    Djula and Pavle

        There is a place between the villages of Mrovska and Metlić in Serbia called the grave Read More
  • Heloise and Abelard

    Heloise and Abelard

        Heloise, the niece of Notre Dame’s Canon Fulbert, was a bright girl that lived in 12th Read More
  • Layla and Majnun

    Layla and Majnun

        Laylá and Majnun is a timeless love story sometimes compared to Romeo and Juliet, though it Read More
  • Liang and Zhu

    Liang and Zhu

        The Butterfly Lovers, or Liang and Zhu, is a Chinese legend about the tragic romance between Read More
  • Ljerka Šram and Milivoj Dežman

    Ljerka Šram and Milivoj Dežman

        The love story of Ljerka Šram and Milivoj Dežman represents a unique part of Zagreb history. Read More
  • Miljenko and Dobrila

    Miljenko and Dobrila

        A legend from the second half of the 17th century tells of the tragic love of Read More
  • Muhammad and Bhagmati

    Muhammad and Bhagmati

        Muhammad was the founder of Hyderabad. As a young prince, Muhammad fell passionately in love with Read More
  • Mumtaz Mahal and Shah Jahan

    Mumtaz Mahal and Shah Jahan

        Arjumand Banu Begum, more popularly known as Mumtaz Mahal (“the chosen one of the palace”), was Read More
  • Pedro and Inez

    Pedro and Inez

        Pedro I of Portugal (1320 –1367) was the eighth king of Portugal and Algarve. His father, Read More
  • Petar and Katarina of Zrin

    Petar and Katarina of Zrin

        This is one of the most famous Croatian tragic love stories. It involves Count Petar of Read More
  • Praskovia Ivanovna Kovalyova - Zhemchugova

    Praskovia Ivanovna Kovalyova - Zhemchugova

        Born to a serf family in 1768, Praskovia Ivanovna Kovalyova- also known as Zhemchugova, the Pearl Read More
  • Princess Louise and Geza Matačić

    Princess Louise and Geza Matačić

        The year was 1895, the place Prater park in Vienna. The protagonists of this true story: Read More
  • Romeo and Juliet of Sarajevo

    Romeo and Juliet of Sarajevo

        One great love tragically ended in May 1993 and became a sad metaphor of the war Read More
  • Stoyan and Aysha

    Stoyan and Aysha

        The White Bridge in Vranje was built during the Ottoman occupation, in the middle of the Read More
  • The twin lake of the Azores

    The twin lake of the Azores

        On São Miguel Island in the Azores archipelago, there is a twin-lake situated in the crater Read More
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