Braun brothers open Rio landscape: Copacabana in Wonderland | Regional

Hamburg – Before this exhibition we draw our sugar loaf!

The Miniatur Wunderland has a new attraction: the Copacabana. The Hamburg model builders around MiWuLa founders Gerrit and Frederik Braun and 20 colleagues from the Argentine company “Scale Arts” worked on a 46 square meter mini Rio-de-Janeiro for four years.

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Hamburg’s ex-Senator for the Interior Roland Schill (62)

Photo: Private

SAMBA IN THE SPEICHERSTADT!

The Brazil tinkering went to 1.5 million euros, 60,000 hours of work and a lot of passion.

But where is scandal Senator Roland Schill chilling in the 1:87 world? After all, he’s lived in Rio for 15 years. Apparently he is missing there …

Teaser picture

Always busy: a samba dancer is practicing on a roof

Foto: Martin Brinckmann

In return, guests can ensure action with push buttons: dancers and vehicles move during the carnival, the cable car goes to the Sugar Loaf, or window cleaners start their work.

Mayor Peter Tschentscher (55, SPD) praises: “The miniature wonderland is the attraction in Germany.”

With Rio, the brand new Block L also opens: A 25-meter-long canal bridge leads to the 3000 square meter new exhibition area.

The MiWuLa is growing – next up are Patagonia and Antarctica, then the rainforest with the Amazon.

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