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Ronaldo museum triples in size to accomodate future accolades
POSTED 07 Jun 2016 . BY Tom Anstey
Cristiano Ronaldo’s self-dedicated museum has tripled the amount of exhibition space to accommodate the world-famous footballer’s ever-expanding trophy cabinet.

Ronaldo, who takes to the pitch next week for Portugal in Euro 2016, opened the museum in his hometown of Funchal, Madeira, back in 2013.

The museum moves to a new home, which is now spread over two storeys and offers 1,400sq m (15,000sq ft) of “new and improved access and the latest achievements of Cristiano Ronaldo.”

The CR7 museum houses mementoes and awards from the footballing mega star’s career, including his three Ballon D’Ors, recognising him as the world’s best player in 2008, 2013 and 2014.

The expanded new premises will be located near a 10ft (3m) bronze statue of Ronaldo, unveiled by the player in 2014 and depicting him splay-legged and ready to attempt one of his trademark long free-kicks.

The museum will also be close by to Ronaldo’s new CR7 hotel – the first of four 400-bedroom properties to be developed at a cost of €75m (US$85.2m, £58.5m), with other locations coming to Lisbon, Madrid and New York.
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Ronaldo museum triples in size to accomodate future accolades
POSTED 07 Jun 2016 . BY Tom Anstey
Cristiano Ronaldo’s self-dedicated museum has tripled the amount of exhibition space to accommodate the world-famous footballer’s ever-expanding trophy cabinet.

Ronaldo, who takes to the pitch next week for Portugal in Euro 2016, opened the museum in his hometown of Funchal, Madeira, back in 2013.

The museum moves to a new home, which is now spread over two storeys and offers 1,400sq m (15,000sq ft) of “new and improved access and the latest achievements of Cristiano Ronaldo.”

The CR7 museum houses mementoes and awards from the footballing mega star’s career, including his three Ballon D’Ors, recognising him as the world’s best player in 2008, 2013 and 2014.

The expanded new premises will be located near a 10ft (3m) bronze statue of Ronaldo, unveiled by the player in 2014 and depicting him splay-legged and ready to attempt one of his trademark long free-kicks.

The museum will also be close by to Ronaldo’s new CR7 hotel – the first of four 400-bedroom properties to be developed at a cost of €75m (US$85.2m, £58.5m), with other locations coming to Lisbon, Madrid and New York.
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Ronaldo museum triples in size to accomodate future accolades
POSTED 07 Jun 2016 . BY Tom Anstey
Cristiano Ronaldo’s self-dedicated museum has tripled the amount of exhibition space to accommodate the world-famous footballer’s ever-expanding trophy cabinet.

Ronaldo, who takes to the pitch next week for Portugal in Euro 2016, opened the museum in his hometown of Funchal, Madeira, back in 2013.

The museum moves to a new home, which is now spread over two storeys and offers 1,400sq m (15,000sq ft) of “new and improved access and the latest achievements of Cristiano Ronaldo.”

The CR7 museum houses mementoes and awards from the footballing mega star’s career, including his three Ballon D’Ors, recognising him as the world’s best player in 2008, 2013 and 2014.

The expanded new premises will be located near a 10ft (3m) bronze statue of Ronaldo, unveiled by the player in 2014 and depicting him splay-legged and ready to attempt one of his trademark long free-kicks.

The museum will also be close by to Ronaldo’s new CR7 hotel – the first of four 400-bedroom properties to be developed at a cost of €75m (US$85.2m, £58.5m), with other locations coming to Lisbon, Madrid and New York.
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Ronaldo statue erected at CR7 museum


Footballer Cristiano Ronaldo has unveiled a statue of himself at his self- dedicated museum on his home island of Madeira in Portugal.
Cristiano Ronaldo kicks off museum plan


Footballer Cristiano Ronaldo has announced that he is opening a museum devoted to himself, to be situated on the island of Madeira where he was born.
 


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