Chinese electronics giant Huawei has built a perfect replica of Budapest's Freedom Bridge at its new business complex in Dongguan, north of Shenzhen, China.
The new complex is made of up of 12 districts named and modeled after European cities and will house up to 25,000 employees.
Built on an area of nine square kilometers, the different "cities" will be linked by a tram line which travels along a route with the Szabadság (Freedom) Bridge as the center piece.
The authentic Freedom Bridge in Budapest was originally named Franz Joseph Bridge after the then emperor of the Austro-Hungarian Empire when it was inaugurated in 1896. It was destroyed in 1945 by the retreating German army and was renamed when it was rebuilt in 1946.