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Museum of Illusions to Open in Zadar

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Museum of Illusions in Zagreb

The popular Museum of Illusions, which opened in the Croatian capital Zagreb last year, is set to open also in Zadar on the Dalmatian coast…

Soon locals and tourists will be able to explore the world of illusions and experience the impossible at the Museum of Illusions which has been popular since opening in Zagreb. Visitors will be entertained with a number different amazing exhibits and loads of puzzles and illusions at the museum when it opens shortly.

Museum of Illusions announced the news on its Facebook page, but did not reveal the location or opening date of the museum.

“Part of the museum in Zadar will be the same, but each museum will have its own special unique attractions,” the museum said.

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“You can defy gravity in a room where water flows uphill, see your friend, partner, even your teacher grow or shrink right before your eyes, get lost in a maze of mirrors, serve somebody`s head on a tray or just climb up onto the ceiling and make sure you take a photo of your accomplishment in the Rotated Room. Watch each optical illusion and carefully view each installation. They are entertaining and brilliant reminders that our perception of the world is sometimes just a perception,” is how the Zagreb museum is described to visitors.

There are plans to open the museum in more locations around Croatia.

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