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Sep 04, 2023 13:43 EEST
September 4 (SeeNews) - Croatian entertainment company Metamorfoza, which owns and runs the global franchise network of the Museum of Illusions, said on Monday that the largest ever museum under its brand opened in Las Vegas, in the U.S., on September 30.
By this opening, Metamorfoza gets closer to achieving its goal to have 100 museums by the end of 2026, company CEO Teo Sirola said in a press release.
The museum in Las Vegas spreads on more than 1,400 square metres and offers to its visitors over 80 illusions and museum pieces, which have been developed in Croatia for all museums. Earlier, museums of illusions in the U.S. had opened in Charlotte, Atlanta and Minneapolis, and new ones will open on Denver and San Diego.
The Museum of Illusions is the largest chain of private museums across the globe with more than 40 locations in 25 countries in Europe, North America, Asia and Africa. The brand was created and developed in Zagreb as an educational entertainment concept by founders and co-owners Tomislav Pamukovic and Roko Zivkovic.
In 2021, Invera Equity Partners (IEP), the management company of the Invera Private Equity Fund, finalised its investment in Metamorfoza, including its wholly-owned subsidiaries in Hungary and the U.S.
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