Tianzi Hotel Has Three Men Towering Over China

By: Rose Nazarali - Published: Jul 15, 2009   Updated: Jun 21 2011 • References: killerdirectory & gizmodo
The Tianzi Hotel in Hebei Province, China, is unlike any other structure I have seen before. The 10 story building is comprised of three giant ancient Chinese men who represent Fu Lu Shou, which means good fortune, prosperity and longevity.

The iconic hotel, which is also known as The Emperor Hotel and Son of Heaven Hotel, is said to be the largest image building in the world.

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