March will bring the Middle East's first chocolate museum to Cairo

February 24, 2015 09:26


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The Middle East's first chocolate Museum will open to cacao-crazed Egyptians in March, The Egypt Independent reported on Saturday.

The Caro based museum will span 4,000 square-meters and will host a Willy-Wonka-esque chocolate lake and waterfall.

While adults can feast their eyes on sculptures and paintings composed entirely of chocolate, kids can get their hands dirty by engaging their their artistic selves, conjuring their own chocolaty creations in chocolate workshops.

The rich stuff's 4,000 year hisotry, beginning at its origin and covering its evolution will also be featured in a special exhibit.

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