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Many people believe in angels as the messengers of good news and hope, and legend has it that once everyone wore an angel on their shoulder. But, it seems, angel's are losing their stigma, so it is not surprising that more and more people are looking for them at the Museum of Angels in the eastern Croatian city of Varazdin.
The idea of for Museum of Angels came from the art work and actions of artist Zeljko Prstec, who's works have been in Varazdin under the name of 'The City where Angels Sleep'. The slogan and idea of Varazdin as the 'The City where Angels Sleep' has been protected by copyright and is publically recognized as 'Andjelinjak'.
Just as angels speak all languages, Prstec has addressed all nationalities, religions or origins in his works. The museum also has a space dedicated to souvenirs, from umbrellas to ties to t-shirts and dresses, reported Croatian radiotelevision.
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