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My Trip to New York

8 luglio 2014
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New York City and the unforgettable experience of the wax museum Madame Tussauds.

The wax museum in New York City joins the large family of Madame Tussaud’s wax museums around the world, from London to Amsterdam, from Las Vegas to Hong Kong. It all began in the 18th century in Paris, when Madame Tussaud was in charge of building the masks of the noble aristocrats executed during the French Revolution. The first museum in London was founded in 1835 and currently receives over 2.5 million visitors each year!

If you are in New York for holidays you must visit the wax museum Madam Tussauds, it is really worth it!

Located in the heart of Times Square and opened in 2000, the New York version of the famous London museum takes on “the face of the place” exposing the most celebrated and famous people of New York as well as many famous figures of international renown. 85 thousand square meters to 5 floors of history in 6 interactive environments where they are exposed more than 200 wax figures, amazingly realistic and beautifully worked.

1 -The Opening Night Party, an environment set in a large garden in the Baroque style, here you can admire the statue of Woody Allen, Bette Midler, Nicolas Cage, Hugh Grant, Oprah Winfrey, the New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani and Donald Trump :

2 – Madame Tussaud’s Story, running through nearly 200 years of history, where you can admire the statue Marie Antoinette and Giuseppina Napoleon’s mistress.

3 – The Gallery, an environment that recreates a meeting of the United Nations, one of the most famous statues are that of the Dalai Lama, Maya Angelou, John F. Kennedy, Albert Einstein, Martin Luther King, Buffalo Bill and the Princess of Wales Diana

4 – Popular Culture, or the exposure of the celebrities who have made the history of the 20th century. On show are celebrities like Mikhail Baryshnikov, Babe Ruth, Janis Joplin, Charlie Chaplin, The Beatles, Marilyn Monroe, John Wayne, Bill Gates and Neil Armstrong.

5 – It Happened in New York City is the representation of a passionate midnight ride to celebrate the illustrious history of the city.

6 – Behind the Scenes, which is a multimedia exhibition where you can see all the steps of the process of creation of the waxworks.

The wax museum is a beautiful place where you are face to face with the stars of film and theater, sports legends and music, political actors and cartoon characters. The wax figures are extraordinarily lifelike, beyond all expectations.

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I walked out with George Clooney and Jennifer Aniston. I was amazed at how high or low are some famous people. It ‘s fascinating stand toe-to-toe next to it, photograph themselves and pretend to be a star of the show.

Walking through the corridors of this beautiful museum I felt like a diva! Even my outfit was perfect for that wonderful place. I wore a sweater full of shimmering sequins Met combined with sneakes Hogan shoes and a pair of jeans Armani Jeans, to be comfortable, yet glamorous and confuse me among all the biggest stars.

I was able to see up close the beauty of Angelina Jolie and Jennifer Aniston and it was really fun to to pose together the legendary Space Girls. In the past I’ve been a big fan of them. I hugged the king of pop Michael Jackson and my favorite actor, the beautiful Robert Pattinson star of the Twilight films known.

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To fully understand the true essence of the Big Apple I recommend you visit, as well as to the wax museum, also the MOMA, Museum of Modern Art. You can visit the most important places that have seen the film starring the diva Marilyn Monroe. In Manhattan, between Sutton Place and E 57th St., you can see the places-set of the movie “Come sposare un milionario” or go to see the grate where was filmed the famous scene in the white dress Marilyn raised by air escaping from the vent of the underground in the famous film “Quando la moglie va in vacanza”. You can find it at 590 Lexington Avenue. Or try the thrill of ringing the bell on the stock exchange (New York Stock Exchange) on Wall Street, the heart of global finance, or visit the 9/11 Memorial at Graud Zero. Take a scenic walk through Central Park and enjoy the breathtaking views of the Brooklyn Bridge.

There is so much to see and do in New York City, this is a really great city!

 

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