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The Uninhabited Replica of Paris in China

China is a big country. But you’ve probably heard of some of China’s uninhabited towns and cities. But in this clip, this one is probably the most bizarre. Tianduchenga, a near deserted replica of Paris complete with its own Eiffel Tower, was meant to attract new residents and businesses. But the new businesses are struggling to survive. “There aren’t many people here; our business is volume-based”, says the owner of a takeaway lunch shop. Watch this clip for the whole story.

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