Visitors at waxworks museum Grévin Prague have now the possibility to meet Donald Trump, the 45th President of the United States of America.

Donald Trump’s ceremonial inauguration at the Grévin Prague wax museum took place on the eve of the real inauguration, which for the last 80 years has taken place in Washington, D.C., on 20 January. The representatives of US embassy also came to see both statues of American presidents which are in the museum.

The waxwork statue of Donald Trump was created in the Museé Grévin’s studios in Paris: “In our studios in Paris, no fewer than three Donald Trump’s wax statues were created, which were unveiled on the day of the real inauguration in Museé Grévin in Paris and in Seoul. A team of seven participated in the statues’ creation and the result is simply perfect, as usual. Should Donald Trump need a prefect double to stand in for him, he can borrow one here,” Véronique Jeannin, General Manager at Grévin Prague, jokes.

Donald Trump is the latest addition to the museum’s collection of waxwork celebrities located in the heart of Prague, which already contains over 80 statues. A total of 23 kilograms of wax were used in the production of the statue, which makes it the third most massive exhibit at the museum after the mythical Golem and the French comedian Gérard Depardieu.

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