Window of the World: Europe Made in China

“Window of the World” is photo project by Pablo Conejo, a photographer from Spain, that shows you the most amazing architecture and landscape replicas of Europe, made in China.

Following the replicas subject around China I came across a themed park called “Window of the World”, located in Shenzhen. There are about 130 reproductions of the World’s most famous architectural icons. Among these monuments visitors can find a 108 metres tall Eiffel Tower, a Taj Mahal, a Vatican, a Niagara Falls, a Versailles Palace, a Mont Rushmor, a Christ the Redeemer and so on.

“Germany”

“Great Britain”

“Germany”

“France”

“Germany”

“Great Britain”

“France”

“France”

“Great Britain”

“Netherlands”

“Sweden”

“Netherlands”

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