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Theme: odd buildings. This one is in China
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JillianB

Sure is Marina, worth seeing even without going inside, thanks

MarinaNephele

A perfect shape for a Tea Museum!

JillianB

Hi Iris ☺️

jerrys

@JillianB HA!

irisriver

☺♥☺

JillianB

Brian ;-))

JillianB

Deanna it is an absolutely brilliant shape for a tea museum, I agree. Thank you for your comment ❤️

JillianB

@jerrys hope those clever puns weren’t a strain for you ☺️ very funny, thanks

JillianB

@Brian666 you have my full permission to call it whatever you like lol

Brian666

Can’t wait to see the size of the teabag ! .............B

Deanna

Jill, where did you find it? This is awesome !! Thank you for showing us this rarity, an incredible building. It was not possible to choose a better shape for the tea museum. Jaklien, thank you also for your additional information, perfect cooperation of both of you for our joy of knowledge ♥:))

jerrys

Fabulous find, Jill. Is it vying for selection in the next round of "Wonders of the World"? It could have a nomination in the bag, but I'd leaf it to the judges.

Brian666

Very impressive Lady Jillian, I thought it was a lighthouse ! .........B

JillianB

Absolutely free flowing Lunie, have as many cups as you want ☺️

JillianB

Oh well done Jaklien, I did google it but only came up images. That makes sense, I guess. Thanks ☺️❤️

Dilubreuer

Is tea free flowing? Nice one Jill!

Jaklien

This is the Meitan Tea Museum in Wuxi, China.
The kettle is 74 metres high and reflects the cultural and economic significance of tea to Southern Guizhou.
So, a very odd building ;-))

JillianB

Voronica I agree it is rather cool. Thanks

JillianB

Janet so pleased you love it, thanks & hugs

JillianB

Val thanks, is quite cool really.

JillianB

RebeccaB it does look more like a coffee pot to me too but they call it the teapot. Couldn’t find info on what it is used for but your suggestion of a hotel seems logical. Thanks for comment

vfdl47

Somebody had a real vision, this is wonderfully unique and special. Jillian, thanks for sharing. *U* Voronica~

jan42ful

How amazing thanks Jill, I love it! Hugs my friend. ♥♥

valt46

Wow that is amazing Jill thank you hugs ☺♥

RebeccaB

Hmm, I think being tall, it seems more like a coffee pot - hard to tell about the cup / mug. But then it IS in China! Wonder what it's used for - lots of windows, maybe a hotel?

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