World Monuments (Buildings Are Detailed, Moveable and Complete) - Illustration

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Each monument is separate, complete, and easy to move. Monuments include Statue of Liberty (America), Statue of Christ (Brazil), Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey (Britain), Eiffel Tower (France), Colosseum and Leaning Tower of Pisa (Italy), Saint Peter's Basilica (Vatican), Parthenon (Greece), Neuschwanstein Castle and Cologne Cathedral (Germany), Saint Basil's Cathedral (Russia), Pyramids and Sphinx (Egypt), Presidential Palace, Taj Mahal and Lakshmi Temple (India), Angkor Wat (Cambodia), Wat Arun, Grand Palace, Sao Ching-Cha and Wat Saket (Thailand), People's Committee Building and Thien Mu Pagoda (Vietnam), Pha That Luang (Laos), Menara Kuala Lumpur and Twin Towers (Malaysia), Temple of Heaven (China), Old Supreme Court Building (Singapore), Namdaemun (Korea), International Finance Centre and Bank of China Building (Hong Kong), and Asakusa Temple (Japan). Zoom in to see the detail!

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