The mini bottle gallery in Oslo is a unique collection, which has no analogues in the world. Since the age of 7, the gallery owner Christian Ringnes started gathering a collection of small bottles, which now occupy 15 thousand square meters of exhibition space on three floors.
Nowadays the collection consists of 53,000 mini-bottles and is the largest collection on the planet. It is so big that all of the bottles did not fit in the gallery - only 12.5 thousand bottles are exhibited here.
Most of the bottles are filled with liqueurs and other alcoholic beverages, but the greatest interest is the so-called "Horror Room", which has liquor bottles with accidentally trapped mice, worms, and foreign objects. You can also unravel the secret of the Scottish kilt, and see how a brothel looks from the inside.