The Museum of Illusions is also equipped with a smart playroom based on the Dilemma games didactic program, approved by the Ministry of Education and Science. New York, Paris, Shanghai, Dubai, Kuala Lumpur and thirteen other no less attractive locations around the world, and now Split is connected by one thing. Excellent quality content – Museum of Illusion. Thus, the people of Split and all their guests will witness the realm of illusions, unusual rooms, vortex tunnels, interesting holograms, and other exhibits that are mostly produced in Croatia, which we are extremely proud of. We are constantly talking about the importance of quality, authentic and different content in our tourist destinations, and the city of Split is richer for just one excellent quality content. Namely, the Museum of Illusions opened its doors yesterday at the address Andrija Kačića Miošića 2. An excellent tourist story and quality entertainment and tourist content Museum of Illusion, is proof of how the business model of private museums can work. On the contrary, it works great, even outside our borders through the franchise model, and so our export tourist product is set. “A sincere smile, helping visitors with all the important information, ie caring for the end user are just some of the reasons why most of our visitors come back several times. This is a fact that we consider to be the greatest indicator of our success, perhaps more than the incredible number of franchises opened worldwide. In the last few years, Split has been the leader of Croatian tourism, a kind of capital of the Croatian coast. The cheerful spirit of its inhabitants makes it a perfect host. The Museum of Illusions will only further complement its already generous cultural and entertainment offer not only to the residents of Split and its surroundings but also to all its guests.”They point out from the Museum of Illusions. Fans of your character and work will enjoy a table of clones where you sit with yourself and five other of your clones. Moire’s patterns will allow you to experience the creation of an infinite number of illusions, while deceptive rings and a deceptive stick will skillfully play with your sense of space. An ambiguous cylinder will teach you that direct views of objects and their reflections in a mirror create different interpretations of their shapes. Behind every illusion lies the science that will be skillfully conveyed to future visitors by museum guides and illusionists on each tour. Photo: Museum of Illusion
David Silva finished off a fine team move in the 28th minute for City’s second before Sane did the same five minutes later.Arsenal had the opportunity to cut the deficit shortly after half-time but Ederson saved Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s penalty.The result sees City pull further away from Manchester United at the top of the table and marks Pep Guardiola’s 100th game at the club with a win.Arsenal, meanwhile, stay sixth, 10 points off the top four.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Manchester City produced a scintillating performance Thursday night to comprehensively beat Arsenal for the second time in five days and extend their lead at the top of the Premier League to 16 points.After beating the Gunners 3-0 in the Carabao Cup final on Sunday, City dominated in a toxic atmosphere at a half-full Emirates Stadium.Bernardo Silva opened the scoring in the 15th minute, beautifully curling in a left-footed strike into the far corner after Leroy Sane’s mazy run.
Andrew Wiggins may not start next season in Minnesota.The Timberwolves are “confident” they can deal the 24-year-old forward this summer, according to a report from Yahoo Sports. Moving Wiggins could create salary cap space for the team to acquire guard D’Angelo Russell from the Nets in a sign-and-trade, the report says. Multiple teams have heard that Minnesota is confident that they can trade Andrew Wiggins this summer. Doing so could open up the cap space necessary to sign D’Angelo Russell, who is tight with Karl-Anthony Towns. https://t.co/97qfsxL0Xd— Keith Smith (@KeithSmithNBA) June 29, 2019The Timberwolves are “at the top” of Russell’s wish list and they’re “increasingly confident” they can land him, according to a report from the New York Times. They’re actively “canvassing the league” looking to make deals, the report says.Minnesota is at the top of D’Angelo Russell’s free-agent wish list as the opening bell nears, league sources say — with the Timberwolves increasingly confident they can make the necessary salary-cap moves to land him— Marc Stein (@TheSteinLine) June 30, 2019Wiggins signed a five-year, $146.5 million extension with Minnesota in October 2017, but he has regressed over the last two seasons. He averaged 18.1 points and 4.8 rebounds while shooting a career-low 41.2% from the field in 2018-19. Related News “I feel like it was an OK season,” Wiggins told reporters in April. “Not the best, not the worst. It was OK. … Just going up. Just getting better. That’s the main thing, just not downgrading.”Wiggins has connected on just 33.2% of his 3-point attempts over his five NBA seasons, all of which have been spent with Minnesota.“I like the whole team, the coaching staff,” Wiggins said after the 2018-19 season. “And, I feel like everyone is getting better. A lot of young guys, too.”The Timberwolves finished 2018-19 with a 36-46 record and missed the playoffs. They fired Tom Thibodeau in January and hired Ryan Saunders to replace him. D’Angelo Russell free agency rumors: Lakers seek out guard’s agent to set up meeting D’Angelo Russell free agency rumors: Suns ‘really’ want to add guard, executive says Kyrie Irving free agency rumors: Superstar plans to work quickly toward massive deal with Nets “We’re a team that never gives up,” Wiggins said in April. “We’ve been through a lot. Injuries, ups and downs, changes in the staff, the team, everything. We’ve stayed solid. We’ve kept our heads on straight. The season didn’t end how we wanted it to end, but next year I think will be a great year for us.”The Timberwolves traded up in the 2019 draft earlier this month and selected Texas Tech wing Jarrett Culver with the No. 6 pick.
In a letter to the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative yesterday, the American Soybean Association led a coalition of agricultural organizations in urging Secretary Tom Vilsack and Ambassador Michael Froman to work toward positive outcomes for agriculture in this week’s WTO Ministerial in Nairobi.Leading off the letter, the groups noted the longstanding differences on market access and domestic supports within the Doha round of WTO negotiations, and called on U.S. negotiators to lead a push to conclude the Doha Round at this Ministerial.With regard to export competition, the letter strongly supports U.S. efforts to eliminate export subsidies (including by the EU and Canada), reform export credit programs, and eliminate State Trading Enterprises and single desk trading.“Such an agreement would continue global momentum established in these important areas and prevent countries from backsliding on their past policy changes going forward,” the groups said, while at the same cautioning against weakening such rules in developing nations, specifically noting subsidies by Brazil and other emerging nations for transportation, handling and processing costs for exported commodities.“This issue is critically important because we believe certain competitor countries could use the provision as legal cover for programs they are currently using to compete unfairly with U.S. exports,” wrote the groups. “For example, India subsidizes transportation costs for exported sugar, and Brazil uses its PEP and PEPRO programs to subsidize various commodities into traditional U.S. markets.”Finally, the letter urged the elimination of residual export subsidies in the agricultural sector, but cautioned against language that would legitimize subsidies in developing nations.Signatories to the letter include the American Farm Bureau Federation, American Sugar Alliance, National Association of Wheat Growers, National Barley Growers Association, National Corn Growers Association, National Cotton Council, National Milk Producers Federation, National Sorghum Producers, National Sunflower Association, USA Rice, U.S. Canola Association, U.S. Dairy Export Council, U.S. Grains Council, U.S. Soybean Export Council and U.S. Wheat Associates.The Nairobi Ministerial continues through Friday.A full transcript of the letter is available by clicking here.