廣廈天都城

( Tianducheng )

Tianducheng (Chinese: 天都城; pinyin: Tiāndūchéng), officially Guangsha Tianducheng (Chinese: 广厦天都城; pinyin: Guǎngshà Tiāndūchéng), is a housing estate in Xingqiao Subdistrict, Linping District, Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China that imitates many design features of Paris.

Construction at Tianducheng began around 2007. Its central feature is 108-metre-tall (354-foot) replica of the Eiffel Tower and 31 km2 (12 sq mi) of Parisian-style architecture, fountains and landscaping. It opened in 2007, and can accommodate more than 10,000 residents.[1] Initial occupancy was low, with an estimated 2,000 people living in the development by 2013,[2] leading some to label it a ghost town.[3] By 2017, its population had grown to 30,000 and the development was expanded several times.[4] In 2023, Yes Theory visited it and published a Youtube video showing that, while it was less crowded than many other Chinese cities, it certainly wasn't a ghost town.[5]

 Aerial View of Tianducheng
^ [1] Eiffel Tower replica looms over China's Parisian-style ghost town, NBC News ^ "广厦天都城十年造城变成鬼城 创始人楼忠福被带走". finance.sina.com.cn. Retrieved 2019-02-07. ^ Feinberg, Ashley (7 August 2013). "China's Replica of Paris Is Now an Eerily Depressing Ghost Town". Gizmodo. Retrieved 15 October 2013. ^ "How fake Paris in China captured imagination of French photographer". South China Morning Post. Retrieved 2018-11-04. ^ Youtube video: I Explored China's Failed $1 Billion Copy of Paris (real city), 2023, retrieved 26 February 2024
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