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French museum Musée Grévin unveils King Mohammed VI’s new wax statue

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The new wax statue of King Mohammed VI at the Musée Grévin in Paris, France./Ph. DR

The Paris wax museum, Musée Grévin, was recently renovated, updating the wax figures of some celebrities and politicians. According Facebook page Discovery Morocco, the wax statue of King Mohammed VI was one of the figures that were changed this year at the museum.

King Mohammed VI's former wax figure at the Musée Grévin in Paris, France./Ph. DRKing Mohammed VI's former wax figure at the Musée Grévin in Paris, France./Ph. DR

The Moroccan king’s statue, wears a grey suit, black tie and a white shirt. It was placed near the one of the German chancellor Angela Merkel.

King Mohammed VI’s former wax statue was also standing near Merkel and several other politicians and leaders, including former US President Barack Obama, former French President Francois Holland and Russia President Vladimir Putin.

The sovereign’s old wax statue was wearing a black suit and a blue tie. The statue looked much younger than the new one which, was probably based on a recent photo of the Moroccan King.

For the record, Musée Grévin was founded in 1882 by a French journalist. The museum displays wax statues of celebrities, football stars, politicians and leaders.

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