East Literally Meets West In This Hybrid Building

East Literally Meets West in This Hybrid Building

Image Cache: Have you ever tried to imagine what a building built from one half US Capitol, and one half Beijing's Temple of Heaven would look like? Somebody in China has, and you can see the result in the image above. Browse through the cool photos, animations and diagrams in Gizmodo's Image Cache here.

This is not a Photoshopped image. The three-to-four-storey building is a real duplitecture gem, currently under construction in a new studio park in Shijiazhuang, Hebei Province of China. The park also contains replicas of the Egyptian Sphinx, the French Louvre Pyramid (right behind the Capitemple pictured above), and some ancient Chinese buildings.

Here are two photos of the original buildings for reference:

East Literally Meets West in This Hybrid Building

The Hall of Prayer for Good Harvests of the Temple of Heaven in Beijing. Photo: Nikolaj Potanin

East Literally Meets West in This Hybrid Building

United States Capitol. Photo: Nicolas Raymond

[ChinaFotoPress/Getty Images]

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