Elvis Presley`s Graceland replica opens in Denmark
London: A replica of the Graceland estate, Elvis Presley’s famous residence, is set to open in Denmark.
The Danish tribute to the King has been built in the town of Randers and will be known as Graceland Randers, reports the BBC.
The building is twice the size of the original, and will house a shop, restaurant and museum.
Nearly 6,000 Elvis items, from guitars and letters to clothes, will be on display. Organisers hope to attract at least 50,000 visitors a year, the report said.
The building is the brainchild of Henrick Knudsen, an Elvis fan who has run a museum in Randers for the last 16 years, which already attracts 25,000 visitors a year, it added.