Copying the Chinese blood. They copy the iPhone and not only cars, but also the whole city. To see the Sphinx, the Eiffel Tower or Dutch windmill, it is not necessary to visit different countries, we can immediately come to China.
Today will be a little review of Chinese copies of the world’s landmarks.
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Chinese Copies of the World’s Landmarks:
Dutch windmill in the midst of the village in Shenyang. (Photo by Sheng Li | Reuters):
Carved columns in Wuhan – the most populous city in central China. This is a copy of Karnak Temple – the largest temple complex of ancient Egypt. (Photo Darley Shen | Reuters):
A copy of the Eiffel Tower in Hangzhou. (Photo by Lang Lang | Reuters):
Roman Colosseum. (Photo by Paul Yeung | Reuters):
Chinese copy of Austrian town of Hallstatt in Huizhou. The original is in Upper Austria and is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. (Photo Siu Chiu | Reuters):
Chinese copy of Austrian town of Hallstatt in Huizhou. (Photo Siu Chiu | Reuters):
Austria moved into Florence, Italy. This is also a Chinese copy. However, this copy is not for life, and for shopping. (Photo by David Gray | Reuters):
Leaning Tower in Shanghai. Scale 1:4. (Photo by Reuters):
Harbour Bridge – Sydney’s largest bridge, one of the largest steel arch bridge in the world. In China, there is a copy, and the bridge and the famous AustralianOpera building. (Photo by David Gray | Reuters):
And we are back in Paris Chinese. Right – a copy of the Arc de Triomphe. (Photo by Claro Cortes | Reuters):
Chinese White House. (Photo by Claro Cortes | Reuters):
Chinese copy of the U.S. Capitol. Whether a bad copy, whether the original longing leads (Photo Claro Cortes | Reuters):
In the Chinese province of Hebei has a full-size replica of the Great Sphinx. Sculptors even broken off the Sphinx’s nose under the original. (Photo by Petar Kujundzic | Reuters):
Copy made of reinforced concrete. Work took 2 months. (Photo by Petar Kujundzic | Reuters):
Chinese Sphinx should be at the end of 2014 the main attraction of the theme park, broken on the territory of the local film studios. (Photo by Petar Kujundzic | Reuters):
Entrance to the Sphinx. (Photo by Petar Kujundzic | Reuters):
(Photo by Petar Kujundzic | Reuters):
Famous Moai – monolithic stone statues in the business district in Beijing. Originals are on the Pacific island of Easter. (Photo by Kim Kyung Hoon | Reuters).