We left for Hamburg very early around half past seven to visit the Miniature Wunderland in Hamburg. In there, they have building structures, landscape, human beings all in mini size. It is like almost like a mini version of our real world.
The displays may be so tiny but every little detail is not left out. I am really impressed with the fine job of the team of people who made the miniatures.
You will see what I mean by very fine details in a minute.
|Geburtstag Party (Birthday Party)|
|Fußballspiel (Football match)|
|Night life in the city.|
|This is a miniature of the World's largest hotel made of ice and snow in Sweden.|
Another amazing miniature work from the Miniature Wunderland; the flughafen(Airport).
|People waiting to board their flight at the departure hall.|
|Workers at the airport.|
|The miniature airplanes.|
|And yes, the planes actually arrives and depart from the airport.|
Fortunately, we decided to visit much earlier because by the time we finished admiring all the miniatures, there were so many people in line at the entrance waiting to enter already.
|Admiring the miniature structures.|
Guess what I found? A mini car parked by the roadside!
It is a three wheeled mini car! Don't misunderstand, it IS a real car, not a miniature.
Do you notice the handle on the front of the car on the left? How cool it is to enter the car from the front! :D
|It is not just any car, it's a BMW!|
This project by Antony Gormley is 7.4 Meters from the ground, has an overall dimension of 4890x2490x206cm, it has 8 steel spiral strand cables, and it weights 67 tonnes.
Click here to find out more about the project on their blog.
|People on the platform.|
|The four of us. :)|
|The only time I look bigger than her.|
|Last but not least, ME! :)|