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Paris in....China?


You know, if I were to casually glance at this photo, I'd believe it were actually taken in Paris: The Eiffel Tower....those other buildings. Very Parisian. But look a little closer and you'll realize that it's not actually Paris at all. It's not even Disneyworld. It's China.

Located in the residential area of Tianducheng just outside of Hangzhou in East China's Zhejiang Province lies this modest recreation of the Champ de Mars and Gustave's greatest creation. Just over 2,000 people live here. What's especially weird is that I can't find any more information on this save for the photos. You'd think that a fake Paris sprouting up in China would have received some press somewhere. More pics (from Reuters) after the jump.














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