The Fake Paris in China, A Ghost City Today!
At first glance, that is Paris… Well, there’s its famous Arc de Triomphe, the Eiffel Tower and some of those Parisian posh buildings and fountains. Hence, all the factors indicate that this is well and truly Paris. I would even put my hand in the fire that this is the city of lights with no doubt possible. Wrong answer dude! That’s actually Tianducheng (fake Paris), a luxury real estate development and Paris look-alike that’s situated in Hangzhou, China.
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Dozens of Haussmann-style buildings lining the avenue des Champs Élysées and can host 100,000 people. You pay 500 euros a month to rent an apartment of 300 square meters with a choice of the view over the vineyards, as in Montmartre, or the basins of Versailles. The VICE magazine reports that the fake mini Paris is now a ghost city. Only a few dozen people (about 30 persons) are really living there.
The town became a place of wedding photos for Chinese couples who can not afford a trip to France.