World landmarks recreated in sand at Haeundae Festival in South Korea

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “World landmarks recreated in sand at Haeundae Festival in South Korea” – below is their description.

Famous landmarks around the world were recreated at the Haeundae Sand Festival 2022 in Busan, South Korea. Including Paris’ Eiffel Tower, Cambodia’s Angkor Wat, the Sydney Opera House and many more, the festival has drawn thousands of visitors. The Haeundae Sand Festival is an environmentally friendly event as each artwork made of sand will be returned directly to the beach after the festival. The main event of this annual festival was held from May 20 to 23 this year. The exhibition of sand art works will last until June 6.

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