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King Mohammed VI at The Musée Grévin

Grévin is the name of the wax museum in Paris, a place where one can contemplate the wax figures of several personalities.

This museum dates from the year 1882. It has more than 60 million visitors since its creation. More than 2000 characters have been created in this museum. And recently, a new statue of King Mohammed VI was designed. The Sovereign is with “the great of this world, next to Angela Merkel,” says a museum official to Daily Morocco. “The museum was closed for work since January 6th. More than 30 new characters join the existing 200”.

“Grévin has not done so much work since 2001, even if each year, new sets and personalities come to enrich and surprise the visitors”, explains our source.

A sheet of presentation indicates: “you can discover the Great ones of this world, during a Garden party in the gardens of the Elysee, including Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, His Majesty the King of Morocco Mohammed VI and the President of People’s Republic of China Xi Xi Jinping, then you will have a special interview in the office of the President of the French Republic, Emmanuel Macron”.

On February 14, 2019, the “Incredible Grévin” was officially inaugurated in the presence of Léa Salamé, who came to discover his double of wax. “The company” The Crayons “signed the scenography of the new course, the sets were built by the Italian company Bodino-who also realized those of Chaplin’s World by Grévin in Vevey the audiovisual content and musical moods of the company “Mie de Trame”, all under the leadership of Yves Delhommeau, General Manager and Grévin’s Management Committee. The living contemporary personalities are elected and chosen by the Grévin Academy, chaired by Stéphane Bern, according to a list made according to the current events and the requests of the visitors and Internet users”, adds the document.

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