The terracotta army from chocolate shown in China
In the Chinese city of Changchun (Jilin province) presented about 700 sculptures made of chocolate, made by the French artist Nicholas Popov. About it reports UPI.
At the exhibition you can see the chocolate Buddhas, the lion-guard reminiscent of the traditional decoration of administrative buildings in China, and even smaller copy of the famous terracotta army.
In addition, among the exhibits is a model of the Eiffel tower, as well as teapots, musical instruments, bags and shoes made of chocolate.
The ingredients that it took to the artist for making chocolate sculptures, weighed more than 1500 pounds.