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The Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg, Germany has 700 trains, 4,000 automobiles, 165,000 trees and 250,000 individual lights and a track lengh of 5.6 miles has set the world record for the largest miniature railroad.

The Miniatur Wunderland has been build during approx. 500,000 working hours and it costed 8.7 Million Euros (in April 07).

It is owned by twin brothers Frederick and Gerrit Braun.

170 computer-controlled cars surprise the visitors and more than 150 push-button actions for interaction between the visitor and the Wunderland people.

250,000 lights, which are dynamically turned on and off, together with a self-developed light control system provide an almost perfect simulation of day and night.

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