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Minimundus - Klagenfurt - Austria - Miniature park - European Tourist Guide - euro-t-guide.com
The Minimundus miniature park is a unique collection of miniature buildings from all over the world. The park it self is very beautiful - with lots of flowers - and all of the buildings are created with a log of focus on all of the  details. The park is one of the main tourist attractions in this part of Austria.  
   
Klagenfurt

The mosque of Suleiman in Istanbul (Turkey) displayed at the Minimundus miniature park in Klagenfurt.

The mosque of Suleiman in Istanbul (Turkey) displayed at the Minimundus miniature park in Klagenfurt.
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The small island of Blend Island (Slovenia) displayed at the Minimundus miniature park in Klagenfurt.

The small island of Blend Island (Slovenia) displayed at the Minimundus miniature park in Klagenfurt.
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The El Castillo Pyramid (Mexico) displayed at the Minimundus miniature park in Klagenfurt.

The El Castillo Pyramid (Mexico) displayed at the Minimundus miniature park in Klagenfurt.
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The Copenhagen Stock Exchange - Börsen - (Denmark) displayed at the Minimundus miniature park in Klagenfurt.

The Copenhagen Stock Exchange - Börsen - (Denmark) displayed at the Minimundus miniature park in Klagenfurt.
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One of the many smaller details at the Minimundus miniature park in Klagenfurt.

One of the many smaller details at the Minimundus miniature park in Klagenfurt.
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Some of the many buildings displayed at the Minimundus miniature park in Klagenfurt. In front the Osaka Fortress (Japan).

Some of the many buildings displayed at the Minimundus miniature park in Klagenfurt. In front the Osaka Fortress (Japan).
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