Schwarzenegger shrine opens
A museum dedicated to Terminator star Arnold Schwarzenegger at his childhood home opens on his 64th birthday (July 30).
The star gave the project the thumbs up during a visit last month to the house near Graz, Austria, where he grew up.
Visitors can see the first weights that a teenage Arnie started body-building with and took pride of place behind his desk from his term as Governor of California.
Other exhibits include a life-sized recreation of the star as his Terminator android.
The home - complete with all Arnie's family's furniture - was sold to a local museum trust in 2009 for £390,000 and has taken two years to convert into a shrine to the star.
Schwarzenegger is expected to return in November for a star-studded formal opening.