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Situated on the grounds that also plays host to its Atelier Pagani Automobili production facility is the new Museo Horacio Pagani, a glass, marble, and brick temple that houses the earliest Zonda models all the way up to the benchmark-setting Huayras of today. Located in San Cesario Sul Panaro in Modena, Italy, the high-tech, energy efficient facility, which was designed and developed by Horacio Pagani himself and his son, Leonardo Pagani, is also complemented by traditional Italian elements such as renaissance arches and cobblestone floors.

The museum is now open and guided factory tours are also available.

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