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Window of the World (Shìjiè Zhîchuāng)
Window of the World (Shìjiè Zhîchuāng) Review
With miniature versions of more than 130 of the world's most famous landmarks, Window of the World is China's biggest and busiest homegrown theme park. Divided into eight geographical areas connected by winding paths and a monorail, it includes—randomly scaled—the Taj Mahal, Mount Rushmore, the Sydney Harbor Opera House, and a 100-meter-high (328-foot-high) Eiffel Tower that can be seen from miles away. There is also a fireworks show at 9 pm on weekends and holidays.
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