The Eiffel Tower is in Paris, the Statue of Liberty in New York and Tower Bridge in London? Undoubtedly. But the three most famous city landmarks in the world also have doppelgangers elsewhere on the planet.
There are replicas of the famous tower in Tokyo (taller than the original), Las Vegas and Tianducheng in China, where an entire neighborhood was built in the Parisian style – and is currently largely unoccupied.
Paris boasts three scale copies of the New York landmark, and there are less exact replicas elsewhere in the world, including a Lego brick copy in Legoland (scale 1:5). The largest replica (scale 1:2) is in Las Vegas.
A copy of Tower Bridge stands in Suzhou in China – but strangely, it has four instead of two towers. The city also has replicas of Sydney’s modern Harbour Bridge and the Neo-Baroque Pont Alexandre III in Paris spanning its canals.