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You Can Now Explore the World’s Largest Train Set Using Google Street View


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I love train sets but having one at home with cats around and living close to a highway where dust settles on every surface of my home within a day means I won't be having one anytime soon.

However, if you, like me, love train sets and can't own one, you can still visit MINIATUR WUNDERLAND HAMBURG. 

Is is the largest model railway in the world, and one of the most successful permanent exhibitions in Northern Germany.



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FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE EXHIBIT, PLEASE VISIT http://www.miniatur-wunderland.com/

Comments

  1. Oh wow!! The train set is huge. If only we can shrink ourselves and be in that little town too

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  2. So preets! gonna visit right now :D Thanks for sharing Hanniz!

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  3. Wah this is so exciting!
    Would love to explore the world largest train set!

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  4. Oh wow that is impressive <3 Love the pictures as well - its very interesting to see that they have something like this in Germany :)

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  5. Wow, the exhibitions is perfectly done, i almost thought it was real. Wow, I would love to visit that if ever i get a chance to visit Germany

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  6. I tried this too via google street view. Awesome! One day they also have macu picu view. Seriously, I really hook with this.

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  7. yeah my dear show me this too. Now we can easy access internet to find.

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  8. whoever invented this is really brilliant! :) I love train sets too.

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  9. Oh my gawd... how adorable is that... would that I can be a tiny little pixie and live in this town as well.. huhuhu

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  10. wow that's really cool:) I love the miniatur

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  11. Thanks for sharing this wonderful post. I'm going to check it out myself.

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  12. wow, this exhibition does look different from the rest. hopefully can get a chance to see it with my own eyes.

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  13. Haha damn cool right!! Love this feature!

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  14. This train sets looks really cute and interesting! Looks really interesting to try out Google View =D

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  15. Wow ~ Brilliant and they look so real!

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  16. I owe one when i was small but I use it for masak-masak utensil. Haha. I miss the my train set now.

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  17. This is amazing. Gonna try the Google street view now.

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  18. Those photos are beautifully captured!

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  19. Wow this is so high tech and awesome, I will check it out.

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  20. oh my.. so interesting. Love all these miniaturised cities.. like playing god. :P

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  21. this is so cool i wanna go explore it now

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  22. Wow so amazing, I watch the video till finish, love all the details!

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  23. sho mini and sho cute! i'm a sucker for miniatures. i collect some myself.

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