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Madame Tussaud's

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishMadame Tussaud'sMadame Tus‧saud’s /ˌmædəm tʊˈsɔːdz $ ˌmædəm tʊˈsəʊz, məˌdæm-/  a museum in London that contains models of famous people, both living and dead, made of wax. It was started by a French woman called Madame tussaud in 1802. New models are added as new people become famous. The museum is also famous for its ‘Chamber of Horrors’, a special area with models of famous criminals and murderers.
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