Lindt opens the world’s largest chocolate museum

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A wide shot of a gallery inside the Lindt Home of Chocolate, showing white walls, white marble floors and a massive chocolate fountain. A few people are standing and sitting around the fountain, looking up at it.

It’s a chocolate lover’s dream! In September 2020, the Lindt Home of Chocolate opened its doors to the public. Located in Kilchberg, Switzerland, it’s the world’s largest chocolate museum, and boasts a chocolate fountain that stands over nine metres high. Read more in this article from Mental Floss.

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