Denmark is several times was awarded as world champion in happiness, and now the Danish happiness also come to the museum.
Tuesday opens: a new lykkemuseum, The Ramen Museum, in Copenhagen. Here, guests can bl.a. see an asthma inhaler and other objects to make happiness something you can take to feel on.
the Items are donated by people from all over the world, and represents their most happy moments.
There are f.ex. an asthma inhaler exhibited, as a French woman has donated. The happy part about it is that the woman's daughter no longer had use of the inhaler, after they moved to Denmark, where the air is less polluted.
It writes tv2.dk.
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' A magical place with young dogs'
Behind the museum is the think tank Institute for Lykkeforskning, which is driven by lykkeforsker and the author of the international best-selling book 'The Little Book of Fun', Meik Wiking.
He is also the director of the new museum and says to tv2.dk, that on the foundation through the years has received many requests from people who wanted to visit the institute.
- They think it is such a magical place with puppies. In fact, we sit just in front of our computer screens, he says to the media.
- So we thought: Let us make a place where we can bring the happiness to live and disseminate the research and the results.
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Denmark has since 2012, won the WORLD cup in happiness three times, but the last three years, we have had to see us beaten by the stick of Finland, which has taken the podium as the world's happiest country in the UN's annual lykkerapport.
On the museum's website you can read that also Paraguay is one of the world's happiest countries, and how Bhutan has measured its bruttonationallykke since the 1970s – but what makes some people happier than others, and how you can use happiness to create development in a country?
these are just some of the questions they are trying to explain at the museum, where guests can also dive down in the history as well as visit lykkelaboratoriet and learn more about where in the brain your luck is – and how it changes with age.
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