The Szabó-Szamos Marzipan Museum in Szentendre, Hungary honors two famous confectioners, Mátyas Szamos and Károly Sabó, who developed new forms of marzipan, and discovered ways to mold the sweet almond paste into elaborate figures. The museum was opened in 1994, in the floor above the confectioners' candy and pastry shop.

The museum houses marzipan sculptures of famous Hungarian leaders and historic buildings, as well as pop culture icons, including their famous life-size marzipan figure of Michael Jackson. There's also a display of characters from The Muppet Show, which has been updated with new figures several times.

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