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wax museum

n.
A place where life-size wax figures, usually of famous people, are exhibited.

wax′ muse`um


n.
a museum containing wax effigies of famous persons, esp. historical figures.
[1950–55]
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She toured Europe for 33 years as a part of moving exhibition to depict her wax works.
Beneath the towers, the podium will contain ballrooms, hotel function rooms, retail, cinemas and a wax works museum.
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