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IKEA Centennial grand opening videos: "I feel like I'm in a mythical wonderland"

IKEA Centennial, which staged its grand opening this week, has already posed for plenty of photos like these. But for true devotees, a few snapshots isn't enough. They need moving pictures to capture their passion. So here's a series of videos from the big day, including one person who proclaims, "I feel like I'm in a mythical wonderland" seconds after entering. Is he joking? Or serious as a Swede? Judge for yourself below.

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