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The Erotic Art Museum is a museum dedicated to erotic art located in the German red-light district of Hamburg's Reeperbahn. The museum opened in November 1992 at 69 Bernhard-Nocht-Straße, and in 1997 it moved to Nobistor, a street running between the Reeperbahn and Louise-Schroeder-Straße. The museum closed in fall 2007. In 2018, the museum reopened.