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  • Window of the World: Arc de Triomphe

Window of the World is an extraordinary theme park of scaled down landmarks and buildings from around the world. The park is centred around a 1:10 scale model of the Eiffel Tower, and hosts an area for each continent.

The UK is represented by a great model of Buckingham Palace, along with the Houses of Parliament and London Tower Bridge. France is represented by a fabulous model of the Palace of Versailles and an amazing reproduction of it’s garden, the Eiffel tower itself, and an impressive Arc de Triomphe. For Russia, the Winter Palace and the Kremlin. Italy, Holland, Germany (with an impressive Cologne Cathedral), Spain (Alcazar Castle is also impressive).

The Americas are covered with the massive Mount Rushmore carvings, Capitol Hill, the Lincoln Memorial, and an impressive 3D Flying Over America ride. South America is covered nicely with Mayan and Aztec replications.

Africa is represented by the Pyramids and Valley of the Kings, as well as a reconstruction of wildlife from the Sereyengeti Park in Kenya, as thousands of animals make the trek in search of water and food.

Yes, animals are represented in the Park, there’s even an area for dinosaurs (but I did not spot any very smart female Velociraptors).

Window on the World hosts a night show starting at 19:30, which is entertaining and skillful. Spend a day walking to the park, and after 17:30 change your admission tickets for one to the night-time show, it is a great day out.

Place Categories: Attractions, Feature, and Nanshan District.Place Tags: City Inn, landmarks, rides, shows, and theme park.

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See Shenzhen in your own time and at your own speed.

A travel guide for Shenzhen (in Guangdong China) written by an introverted geek for an introverted geek. Not your standard commercial tourist fare, but a selection of interesting places where an introvert can explore on their own, or with a friend. And quiet spaces to reflect and introspect.

This includes travelling tips about how to get around, as well as getting to and from Shenzhen via Hong Kong International Airport.

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