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Some of China's most unique tourist attractions include an upside-down house (actually built in the other direction from how it sounds) and a pair of kissing dinosaurs in a distant part of the country. Check out these 5 odd things that can only be found in China.
1.Upside Down House in China
China is a fascinating country where you can find architecture that is unique to no other country in the world, like an upside-down house.
The structure has been built upside down (as the name implies) in the Fengjing Ancient Town, in Jinshan District, Shanghai, making it unquestionably one of the stranger tourist attractions. Even furniture pieces stuck upside down have been used to decorate it.
The disorganized building's April 2014 opening was intended to draw more visitors to the region.
2.Copies Of European Cities And Villages
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Tianducheng, which was modeled after Paris and includes a 354-foot replica of the Eiffel Tower, is one of the cities that have been imitated.
In the Guangdong province, you can also find the Austrian Alpine village of Hallstatt. Again, no expense was spared in order to create one of the most accurate replicas; according to the publication, Hallstatt's construction cost $940 million.
3.Sharks And Crocodiles Are On Sale At Walmart
In many Western stores, you won't find anything particularly exotic for sale, but in China, you can visit your neighborhood Walmart and find, among other things, whole sharks and crocodiles for sale.
At the store's serve-over counter, whole crocodiles and sharks can be found lying on the ice. Live turtles and frogs can also be found in open-top tanks. This store appears to offer a wide variety of goods.
4.Red beach in China
A red beach is something entirely different from seeing bright colors that have formed in nature, and China, or more specifically the marsh in Dawa County, is home to vegetation that appears almost alien because of its crimson hue.
The red plants are a type of Chenopodium, which can thrive in alkaline soil, and they cover what is thought to be the largest wetland area in the entire world.
Additionally, the rare red-crowned crane calls this region home.
5.Police Don't Just Use Dogs, But Also Geese To Protect Property
In most nations, the police force typically employs a canine unit, but in China, this task is carried out by geese. In an effort to combat crime, the local police in the province of Xinjiang had been using geese as patrol agents instead of dogs in the province's rural areas.
There has even been a case where a flock of geese stopped a man from breaking into the police headquarters and stealing a motorcycle.
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