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The travelling "Elvis Presley Museum" exhibition has made its way to the Dalmatian port city of Split in Croatia, reports daily newspaper Slobodna Dalmacija.
The locals of Split and tourists will get the chance to see 100 precious items which belonged to the king of rock and roll, which have a material value of around 3 million Euros, when the exhibition opens tonight (Friday).
"We have organised the exhibition to offer locals and overseas visitors to the city an attraction during the tourist season, and to also enhance the tourist offerings of Split," said Atlas agency who have organised the exhibition.
Before arriving in Split, the Elvis exhibition was in Scandinavia, where more than 100,000 people visited.
Among many items exhibited include Elvis' famous cadillac with a 14-carrot gold key, his guitar from his 1968 tour, his karate uniform, and the microfone used by the king to record his first song in 1954.
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