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Mexico's Carlos Slim unveils new art museum in capital

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A worker walks in front of the Soumaya Museum's new home in Mexico City, Tuesday March 1. The new building, which will be inaugurated Tuesday evening by Mexico's President Felipe Calderon and opened to the general public on March 29, will house Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim's fast-growing collection of art objects.

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Spanish artist Salvador Dali's sculpture, "The Triumphant Angel" resides on the top floor of the Soumaya Museum's new home in Mexico City, Tuesday March 1.

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French sculptor Auguste Rodin's "The Thinker" sits at the entrance of the Soumaya Museum's new home in Mexico City, Tuesday March 1.

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A worker walks through one of the corridors that spirals into the next floor at the Soumaya Museum's new home in Mexico City, Tuesday March 1. The new building, which will be inaugurated Tuesday evening by Mexico's President Felipe Calderon and opened to the general public on March 29, will house Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim's fast-growing collection of art objects.

What a great way to share your wealth to others, hope to see more projects like this around the world.

MEXICO CITY, Mexico — The world's richest man, telecom tycoon Carlos Slim, is opening a new museum in Mexico City where he plans to share his vast collection of fine art and collectibles with the public without charging visitors a single peso.

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