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Tiny mouse cafe opens in Sweden

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Noix de Vie (“Nuts of Life”) is a mouse-sized cafe in Malmö, Sweden.
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In one Swedish city, a group of artists is bringing street scenes down to scale—for mice.

The anonymous artists—who go by the name ‘Anonymouse’—have created miniature, but incredibly detailed, scenes along the street—at eye-level for mice. The tiny art installations are located in Malmö, Sweden, and include a French shop called Noix de Vie (translated as ‘Nuts of Life’) that features a window display replete with almonds, pistachios and hazelnuts.

Next door is Il Topolino (Italian for Mickey Mouse), an Italian restaurant. Complete with a red-and-white awning, the restaurant has cheese and crackers for its customers. If you squint hard enough, you’ll see that no detail is spared: There’s even a sign outside the restaurant explaining which credit cards are and aren’t accepted.

The scenes are located on a wall on Bergsgatan, a major street in Malmö. For those observant enough to catch it, it’s the perfect spot to sit down and people-watch—provided you can fit into the chairs.

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A photo posted by AnonyMouse (@anonymouse_mmx) on

A photo posted by AnonyMouse (@anonymouse_mmx) on

Via: BBC