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How f'ing cool is that? The only thing that tells you that this is a fake are the hills around the city. :D
 

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what will archeologists think about the ruins 4000 a.d.?!
'Around the 20th century a little country in Western Europe shamelessly copied the authentic Japanese architecture that has been found in the city of Nagasaki, Japan.' tsss...:D
 

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the differences on first (real one!) with second pic (Japanese flattering ;)):

- more rubbish
- more junks
- buildings more dirty
- towerclock in front of spiles (instead of behind, why did they do that!?)
- more balconies and renaissance instead of baroque
- more 'Nederlanders'



 

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Bibelo said:
what will archeologists think about the ruins 4000 a.d.?!
'Around the 20th century a little country in Western Europe shamelessly copied the authentic Japanese architecture that has been found in the city of Nagasaki, Japan.' tsss...:D
Perhaps they will think that the dutch invaded Japan and founded a colony over there!
 

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Bibelo said:
I declare war on Japan for this shameless copy-pasting of our streets and buildings! Who joins?! :horse:


edit: what townhall is that in front of the Domtower? Gouda?
Correct it is Gouda. the other one is also nice they copied the whole marlet square of gouda with the Dom behind.
It`s nice to see the Waag also. :)
 

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He he... Great! Does anyone have any pictures of the japanese H.C. Andersen house and old Odense, japan? Or Tivoli, Japan? They just love to copy us.... We should get even by copying the Yokohama oceanfront to Copenhagen... That'll teach them!

Welcome to Copenhagen, Denmark!!!
 
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