View of the cloned London Bridge in Suzhou city, east Chinas Jiangsu province, 5 July 2012. A Suzhou developer has cloned London Bridge in Suzhou city, east Chinas Jiangsu province. Obviously not content with having just one Tower Bridge, the Suzhou developers squared it up. Want to know what the yellow writing means? The top floor of the building is a coffee shop called Tower Bridge Coffee, it promises English style coffee, whatever that means. Elsewhere in the area is a Dutch town, or rather, an empty Dutch town that is complete with a windmill and Dutch style housing that was supposed to be shops. Over the river was the Sydney Harbor Bridge, further up in the neighborhood is Pont Alexandre III Bridge straight out of Paris.
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