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    A mini store for mice has opened in the Swedish town of Malmo, Sweden's Sydsvenskan news website reports.

    The miniature artwork measures 30cm by 70cm, and is located outside on Bergsgatan, a major road in Malmo.

    It comprises two shops next to each other, measuring a total 30cm by 70cm. 

    One is a French deli called "Noix de Vie," which means Nuts of life, and offers a range of nuts for local mice. 

    Next door there is an Italian restaurant which sells cheese and crackers. The restaurant is called "Il Topolino," which means Mickey Mouse in Italian.

    #anonymouse #anonymouse_mmx #Malmö

    Фото опубликовано AnonyMouse (@anonymouse_mmx) Окт 17 2016 в 8:13 PDT

    The shops were created by a group of artists called "Anonymouse," who uploaded photos of the construction process to Instagram.

    #anonymouse #Malmö #anonymouse_mmx

    Фото опубликовано AnonyMouse (@anonymouse_mmx) Окт 17 2016 в 8:10 PDT

    Anonymouse have 5,000 followers on the social network, and their most recent post promised more in store for the New Year.


    "Without spoiling too much we can tell you that we're working on a new scene, and in 2017 you're going to be able to see plenty more!"


    #anonymouse #anonymouse_mmx #Malmö #möllan

    Фото опубликовано AnonyMouse (@anonymouse_mmx) Ноя 22 2016 в 3:16 PST


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