Madame Tussauds reveals the imminent announcement of the statue of Mohamed Salah

Madame Tussauds reveals the imminent announcement of the statue of Mohamed Salah Al-Shamy

Mohamed Salah


The famous Tussauds Museum in London announced the unveiling of a wax statue dedicated to the Egyptian international Mohamed Salah, the star of the Liverpool team, to join the list of statues of the same type acquired by the museum for famous people in various fields around the world.

Mo Salah is the first Arab player in history to make a statue of his own, and he is the third football player after David Beckham and Cristiano Ronaldo to have a statue designed for him.

And the official account of the celebration on the micro-blogging site “Twitter” wrote:

“Soon accompanied by a video of the Egyptian pharaoh Mohamed Salah, in reference to the completion of the announcement of the statue of the Egyptian pharaoh.”

A group of museum artists had previously made measurements of the Egyptian pharaoh last year to begin designing the wax statue, which made him the first Arab and African player to be manufactured specifically for him.

The museum will focus on maximizing Salah’s resemblance to the statue, including fine details such as eye color, hair color, facial features, and body length and width.

Tussauds is one of the most famous wax museums in the world, headquartered in London and has branches in other countries. It is named after its founder, Madame Tussauds.

 She was born in 1761 in Strasbourg, and her father died before she was born, and she was cared for by a doctor named Curtis, and she learned from him the art of designing with wax, and after that she continued to have a hobby until exhibitions were held for her, and then she established this museum.

The museum includes statues of prominent international figures in all fields, such as Churchill, Hitler, and Shakespeare, and there is also a “room of terror” that depicts forms of criminality during the French Revolution.

The “Tosseau” chain of museums has expanded with branches in Amsterdam, Las Vegas, New York, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Washington, Berlin and Hollywood, and has become a tourist attraction.

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