As both a chocolate and history lover, Chocolate World Heritage is a dream come true. Chocolate World Heritage is an event being held in Hong Kong where top chocolatier Mirco Della Vecchia recreates architectural wonders of the ancient world using only chocolate.
Vecchia has recreated everything from Stonehenge to the Leaning Tower of Pisa, proving a point that I made years ago: ancient history is a lot more interesting when it's edible. This is one that no foodie or history major should miss.
Mirco Della Vecchia's Sweet Chocolate World Heritage Creations
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