Visit 4 Famous Building Around the world with Omoshiroi Block

Visit 4 Famous Building Around the world with Omoshiroi Block

Due to the situation of Covid-19, It is very difficult for all of us to go around the world. For those who love to travel and admire famous landscapes, it is truly a sad thing. For those who love to travel and admire famous landscapes, it is truly a sad thing. However, now, that sadness can be partially alleviated because you absolutely can own the “famous buildings” right on your desk through Omoshiroi Block. Through this article, Omoshiroi Block Store will introduce its 4 Omoshiroi Block Shape models, inspired by famous architectures in the world.

Paris Arc De Triomphe

Located on Étoile Square, at the end of Avenue Champs-Elysées, Arc de Triomphe belongs to the Ax Historique axis through many important works of Paris. The location of the Arc de Triomphe is the intersection of 12 boulevards and three districts. To reach the base of the building, the Passage du Souvenir walkway is built underground.

At the end of the Champs-Elysées, twice a year, around May 10 and August 1, there is a phenomenon: standing in the middle of the avenue, seeing the sunset across the Arc de Triomphe for a few minutes. On May 10, 1994, this phenomenon coincided with an eclipse. Nearly 200,000 people have come here to witness. Similarly, looking from the opposite direction, from Porte Maillot’s side, this phenomenon happened around February 7 and November 4.

The Arc de Triomphe has a vertical square size, 45 meters wide, 50 meters high, located on a square with a diameter of 240 meters. The building is the largest French sculpture in the 19th century. Its sides are decorated with many reliefs, monuments, and engraved names of famous people during the Revolution and Empire.

The four largest sculptures are Departure of the Volunteers of 1792 and Triumph 1810 on the Champs-Elysées, the 1814 Resistance, and 1815 Peace on the Grande-Armée. In which Departure of the Volunteers (Le slippersart des Volontaires de 1792), or La Marseillaise is the most famous. Works by sculptor François Rude, 11.6 meters high and 6 meters wide. The inner four-legged face of the Arc de Triomphe is decorated with reliefs depicting famous battles during the Revolution and the Empire. Below are the names of famous people in that historical period. Six reliefs, four above the monuments and two on the sides depict the stages and events of the French Revolution and the Empire. In addition, the Arc de Triomphe surface also has other small reliefs.

Based on that information, Omoshiroi Block Store created a paper model of Arc de Triomphe with the most accurate design with reality.

Arc De Triomphe Omoshiroi Block
Arc De Triomphe Omoshiroi Block

Kyoto Kiyomizu Temple

Kiyomizu-Dera was established in the late Nara period. The temple was founded and built-in 778 by a monk, the abbot Enchin, however, the temple was burnt several times, and its current structures were built in 1633, by order of Tokugawa Iemitsu. Which nail is used in the entire structure of the temple? Kiyomizu-Dera is named after a single waterfall flowing out of a nearby mountain, where Kiyomizu means freshwater, or pure water.

The main hall has large eaves, supported by tall pillars that protrude on a hillside, creating an impressive landscape for the city. Large awnings and main halls were constructed at many famous buildings during the Edo period to accommodate large numbers of pilgrims.

The popular Japanese idiom “jump from Kiyomizu” is equivalent to the English idiom “to take the plunge” – determined to act, to do something long ago. This refers to a tradition in the Edo period whereby, if a person is alive after jumping from a height of 13m from the main station to the ground, his or her wish comes true. 234 jumps are recorded to have been made during the Edo period, of which 85.4% survived. This action was subsequently banned.

Although famous as a Buddhist temple, in the architectural complex here not only the temple but also the temple of Shinto. The most popular shrine to visit is Jishu (Jishu jinja), which is dedicated to Ōkuninushi – the god of love and couples. Another can provide support while the person is walking, but it makes sense that a companion will be needed. The facilitator’s relationship can also help the two.

Kiyomizu-Dera also offers various amulets, incense, and o-mikuji (fortune cards, lucky cards).

In 2007, New Seven Wonders of the World chose Kiyomizu-dera was one of the last 21 candidates. However, it was not selected as one of the seven winning locations.

Now, you can own a Kiyomizu Temple Model from Omoshiroi Block Store. We customized it in 4 colors: Green – Purple – Red – Brown for you to choose.

Kyoto Temple Omoshiroi Block
Kyoto Temple Omoshiroi Block

The Great Wall of China

The Great Wall is the common name for many ramparts stretching thousands of kilometers from East to West, built of earth and stone from the 5th century BC to the 16th century, to protect China from attacks. the Huns, the Mongols, the Turks, and other nomadic tribes from the present-day Mongol and Manchu regions. Some sections of the wall were built in the 5th century BC, then the first Chinese Emperor Qin Shihuang ordered the reconstruction and construction between 220 BC and 200 BC and only a few remaining relics. The famous Great Wall, which is famously visited, was built during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644).

A detailed archeological study, using modern technologies, published in 2009 concluded that the Great Wall, built by the Ming Dynasty, is 8,850 km long. It includes a 6,259 km long wall, 359 km long moat, and a barrier of nature such as hills and rivers, 2,232 km long. Another detailed archeological study in 2012 concluded the Great Wall was 21,196 km long. The average height of the wall is 7m above the ground, the upper surface of the wall is 5-6m wide on average.

Now, Omoshiroi Block Store has made a small Omoshiroi Block Shape of The Great Wall in Red – Green – Brown – Black: A very beautiful artwork inside the Memo Pad

Great Wall of China Omoshiroi Block
Great Wall of China Omoshiroi Block

Sydney Opera House

Sydney Opera House is a theater in the city of Sydney, Australia. The theater has a unique architecture in the shape of a scallop or windy sails out to sea. This is a unique architecture of Sydney in particular and Australia in general, attracting many visitors to visit.

Located at Bennelong Point in Sydney Harbor, close to the famous Sydney Harbor Bridge, the building and surroundings create a distinctive Australian image. This is the ballet, theater, and music production. The theater is also the headquarters of the Sydney Theater Company and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.

Sydney Opera House (also known as Sydney Opera House) is located on an area of ​​1.8 hectares of land. The theater measures 183 m long x 120 m wide (at its widest point). The structure has 580 concrete columns closed 25 m deep below sea level. The power source for the Theater is equivalent to the capacity for a town of 25,000 people. The power supply system has a total cable length of 645 km.

The roof of the theater is covered with 1,056 million tiles manufactured in Sweden. However, from a distance, the tile roof is only white. Tiled roofs have a self-cleaning feature. Although self-cleaning is possible, periodic maintenance and replacement is still required. The roof is designed so that sea breezes can flow inside.

Sydney Opera House has 5 theater zones, 5 rehearsal studios, 2 main halls, 4 restaurants, 6 bars, and a number of souvenir shops. The building interiors include pink granite quarried in Tarana, New South Wales, wood, and plywood from New South Wales. The theater features a series of symbolized scallops cut out into hemispheres. Concert halls and musical theaters are located in the 2 largest groups of shells, other theaters are in other groups of seashells. Several smaller groups of shells are used to place restaurants. The 5 theaters make up the venue:

The 2679-seat concert hall is home to the largest mechanical organ in the world with more than 10,000 flute tubes.

The 1507-seat opera house is the main venue for the Australian Opera.

The theater has 544 seats.

The playhouse has 398 seats

The studio theater has 364 seats.

Now you can enjoy Opera House every day with ease with Opera House Omoshiroi Block Shape. You will be extremely surprised with what the design team of Omoshiroi Block Store has done: a miniature model with a shape that is no different from reality cared for every small detail. This is the fruit of our hundreds of hours of work, and we believe you will be pleased with it.

Sydney Opera House Omoshiroi Block
Sydney Opera House Omoshiroi Block

Not only that, but Omoshiroi Block Store also released many other models, simulating famous architectural works such as Eiffel Tower, Asuka Temple, Yellow Crane, Tokyo Tower … that you will see. when visiting our store here.

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