Every day, thousands of travelers flock to the world’s most recognizable sites, but there’s a place where visitors can see 130 famous landmarks in one day – if they walk quickly.
Shenzen, in southern China, is home to Window of the World, a 480,000-square-meter miniature ‘global village’ theme park.
Here, skyscrapers peek over the splendid temples of Cambodia’s Angkor Wat and just beyond, apartment blocks have a view of the Tower of London and the Champs Elysees.
In a whistle-stop tour, visitors can see the Statue of Liberty and Sydney Harbor Bridge before lunch, then take a leisurely stroll to Mount Fuji before stopping in to throw a coin in the Trevi Fountain and admire the architecture of Gaudi’s Parque Guell.
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