Have you ever been to a museum of wax figures? A short part of the wax exhibition in Saint-Petersburg is also presented in Donetsk. Let’s see whether the figures look like real people and whether they resemble those fictional characters whom we imagine.
Peter the Great, the last Russian Tsar and the first Emperor, the founder of Leningrad who was 204 cm high. He loved shaving off bears of his nationals to make them look more like Europeans and build ships.
Adolf Hitler, the leader of the Nazi, 175 cm high. His weight was 70 kg, he had A blood group and blue eyes and was a real representative of the Arian race. He hated Communists and dentists. He suffered from constant depression, was a bit greedy and even stopped smoking because of that.
Joseph Stalin, an active fighter and Bolshevik, who participated in competitions related to improvement of heavy industry. He was married twice and had 2 sons and 1 daughter.
Saddam Hussein, an oppressor of free Iraqi people, who was withstanding everything and everyone. He improved the level of life of his nationals by sale of oil. He also started a war with Iran that lasted 8 years. He was sentenced to death by hanging.
Yasir Arafat used to tell everyone that he was born in Jerusalem and invested in companied like Coca-Cola.
Osama ben Laden, a terrorist who refused to leave the American government in peace and was first announced dead as a punishment for that and was put a billion dollar bounty on his head immediately after that.
George Bush was an initiator of invasion in Afghanistan and Iraq. The fact was really appreciated by his civil nationals. They named a street in his honor in Georgia.
Jacqueline Kennedy was a wife of an American President. After his death she married the Greek billionaire Aristotle Onassis. Thanks to the lady Hustler magazine acquired high popularity.
John Kennedy was the first President of the USA born in the 20th century and also the richest President who stopped World War III.
Princess Diana, the first wife of the Prince of Wales. She was adored by millions of people.
Jacques-Yves Cousteau was a photographer, director, author of many interesting movies and precious books, inventor of a modern diving suit.
Albert Einstein was a famous traveler who knew how to calculate the amount of energy produced by a body and could play the violin.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was a German writer, pictorial artist, biologist, theoretical physicist, and polymath. A crater on Mercury is named in his honor.