Chinese Copies Of The World-Famous Landmarks

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Who says there’s nothing quite like the real thing? China has succeeded in creating copies of pretty much everything that you can imagine, from small electronic devices to entire cars. But did you know that they have cloned some of the world’s most famous landmarks and even parts of the cities too?

We know that there is an increasing number of tourists coming from China everyday to visit some of these famous landmarks in Europe. China knows that too, that is why they have decided to bring the Europe to their doorstep instead. It is rather simple, they have copied and created accurate replicas of everything they like in Europe, so that they don’t need to hustle with traveling to the other side of the planet. Convenient right?

Some of these Chinese copies have already included the Ronchamp Chapel in France, the Eiffel Tower in Paris,”Leaning” Tower of Pisa- and the entire town of Hallstatt in Austria.

A Copy of the Eiffel Tower in Hangzhou

Chinese Copies Of The World Famous Landmarks

Image credits: REUTERS/Lang Lang

A Copy of Karnak Temple in Wuhan

Chinese Copies Of The World Famous Landmarks

Image credits: REUTERS/Darley Shen

A Copy of The Roman Colosseum 

Chinese Copies Of The World Famous Landmarks

Image credits: REUTERS/Paul Yeung

Chinese Copy of Austrian Town of  Hallstatt in Hiuzhou

Chinese Copies Of The World Famous Landmarks

Image credits: REUTERS/ Siu Chiu

Dutch windmill in Shenyang

Chinese Copies Of The World Famous Landmarks

Image credits: REUTERS/ Sheng Li

Chinese copy of Florence. However, designed for shopping, not for living

Chinese Copies Of The World Famous Landmarks

Image credits: REUTERS/ David Gray

 A Copy of The Leaning Tower of Pisa in Shanghai

Chinese Copies Of The World Famous Landmarks

Image credits: REUTERS

Copies of The Famous Opera House and Harbour Bridge (Sydney) 

Chinese Copies Of The World Famous Landmarks

Image credits: REUTERS/ David Gray

Full-sized Replica of The Great Sphinx in Hebei Province

Chinese Copies Of The World Famous Landmarks

Image credits: REUTERS/Petar Kujundzic

A Copy of The Arc de Triomphe

Chinese Copies Of The World Famous Landmarks

Image credits: REUTERS/ Claro Cortes

 Cloned Moai, Monolithic Stone Statues in Bejing

Chinese Copies Of The World Famous Landmarks

Image credits: REUTERS/ Kim Kyung Hoon

Chinese Copy of The U.S. Capitol

Chinese Copies Of The World Famous Landmarks

Image credits: REUTERS/ Claro Cortes

Hotel in Hangzhou in The Form of The White House

Chinese Copies Of The World Famous Landmarks

Image credits: unknown

A Copy of The Central Part of Paris in Tianducheng

Chinese Copies Of The World Famous Landmarks

Image credits: lazerhorse.org

Copy of The London’s Tower Bridge in Suzhou

Chinese Copies Of The World Famous Landmarks

Image credits: Telegraph

Pont Alexandre III in Tianjin (Beian Bridge)

Chinese Copies Of The World Famous Landmarks

Image credits: Recki/ via fotocommunity

 

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  • http://xaydungauco.com/ Tiến Vương

    I am shocked to the core. I consider myself fairly well informed. I didn’t know. It’s pure evil.

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  • BlogZilla

    I feel molested. This is just gross.