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‘Arnie’s World’ opens in his hometown

Monday, August 1, 2011

imageFormer Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s childhood home in Austria has been converted to a museum and over the weekend opened an exhibit entitled, “Arnie’s World.” It’s just in time for its namesake’s 64th birthday. Here’s an excerpt from the Austrian Times:

"Managers plan to charge five Euros for a visit to the exhibition which will feature Schwarzenegger's first set of dumbbells and a replica of his gubernatorial desk. The 200-square-metre museum will also include the "Terminator" star's favourite pair of cowboy boots and many old photographs documenting the different stages of the famous Austrian's life."

Noted: Safe to say several stages won’t be represented. [Hat tip: Capitol Alert]

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