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After bikes, cars, houses and boats, you now can rent-a painitng in Croatia. The idea came from Croatian artist Nenad Burcar, who's paintings are currently being exhibited in the Croatian capital Zagreb.
"The price to rent the paintings will be 150 kuna (20 Euros) per month. Each month you can bring the painting back and exchange it for a new one for the same price," explained Burcar.
There is no limit in how long one may rent out a particular painting for and Burcar says that there is even the possibility to buy the painitng if one wishes, reported daily newspaper Vecernji list.
"For example if a painting is worth 1000 kuna (150 Euros) and someone rents that out for say 7 months at 150 kuna per month then they will own the painting," said Burcar.
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