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Sydney. Madame Tussauds Museum

Anich • 4 minutes read • March 30th, 2017
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In Sydney, next to the aquarium and the zoo that I've already told you about, there is the Madame Tussauds Museum.
You can buy one ticket for these three attractions and it will cost much cheaper than separate tickets. We decided to visit each of them.

You can love such museums or you can not love them. In any case, it is a great opportunity to relax and have a great time by making funny "joint" photos.
I have already been to the Madame Tussauds museum in New York - let's see how they differ!

First of all, every museum of Madame Tussaud has "local" exhibits and celebrities.
Since we are in Australia, the exposition is opened by the Aborigine in a national costume.
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This formidable bearded uncle - Sir Henry Parkes - is an Australian politician, one of the founders of the Federal Council of the Colonies of Australia. He is often called one of the "founding fathers" of the Australian state in the country.
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Here are some politicians.
Happy Dalai Lama. 
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Mahatma Gandhi
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This is the former Prime Minister of Australia, John Winston Howard.
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Queen Elizabeth II - the formal head of Australia.
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The former US President, Barack Obama.
It is exactly the same as in New York. Probably, wax Trump will appear soon in his place :)
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This is the Australian Formula 1 racer, Mark Webber.
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Now let's move on to the music.
This is some local bard :)
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The dream of teenage girls, Justin Bieber.
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Celebrities born in Australia.
Of course, Kylie Minogue.
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Her sister Danny Minogue.
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This guy is not from Australia, as you can see.
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Michael Jackson himself.
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Of course, Madame Tussaud herself.
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This is almost "To be or not to be" :)
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Albert Einstein
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Here are stars of Australian TV.
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Here's some local Verka Serduchka :)
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Of course, there are the film-stars!
Inimitable Audrey Hepburn.
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Alfred Hitchcock at work.
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Marilyn Monroe
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This star was also born in Australia - Hugh Jackman. By the way, he is from Sydney.
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Nicole Kidman
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Johnny Depp
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Cate Blanchett
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Australian supermodel Miranda Kerr
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Bruce Willis
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Well, and Leonardo DiCaprio, who at that time was still without the Oscar statuette :)
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This was our tour of the Madame Tussauds Museum.
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Author: Anich
Source: anich.livejournal.com
Translated by: Olesya Zhukova

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