The artificial hill in England caused a fever because it looked like something out of a match

The artificial hill in England caused a fever because it looked like something out of a match

Recently, a netizen in the United Kingdom accidentally discovered an artificial hill built in London (United Kingdom) with a structure very similar to a location in the classic Nintendo game Super Mario 64. As soon as it was posted online, the photo of this hill caused a stir in the online community.

Super Mario 64 is a sandbox game released in 1996 for the Nintendo 64, this is also the first Super Mario game to have 3D gameplay. Offering a significantly improved visual experience, Super Mario 64 is most popular because it retains the style, gameplay, and unique characters of previous Mario games.

As for the artificial hill in London, it is known that it is a project valued at 2 million pounds (about 64 billion VND) built by The Powers That Be (Westminster City Council), located near Marble Arch and that It just opened its doors last Monday. . For just 8 pounds (about 256,000 VND), visitors can climb the 25m-high structure to enjoy the scenery of Oxford Street or Hyde Park. People can also enter this hill, currently there is nothing, but a cafe will probably be built here in the future.


This hill was designed by MVRDV, a Dutch architecture company, which makes many players immediately think of Bob-Omb Battlefield from Super Mario 64. Not only Super Mario 64, some other players think it is similar to Super Mario 64, Minecraft or another game. on PlayStation One. Perhaps in the future this place will become one of London’s new tourist attractions.

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