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Official World Record! Fantastic Classical Music Medley played by a Train | Miniatur Wunderland

New GUINNESS WORLD RECORD™ Title! The best of classical music, played by a train.
Take part in our three challenges:
1. How many songs are being played?
2. Which songs?
3. How many glasses were used in total?

A little hint: We used melodies from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Giuseppe Verdi, Ludwig van Beethoven, Johann Strauß, Pyotr Illych Tchaikovsky, Johann Sebastian Bach, Antonio Vivaldi, Johannes Brahms, Georges Bizet and many more.

These greatest classical music pieces are famous all over the world. So lay back, relax and enjoy this crazy video with one of the most special classical music compilation.



The Miniatur Wunderland is the Guinness World Record certified largest model railway layout in the world and Hamburg’s No. 1 tourist attraction. More than 20 million visitors from all over the world have already viewed a superlative miniature world in Hamburg’s Speicherstadt warehouse district. A unique miniature masterpiece has been created on an area of 1,545 m² in around 990,000 working hours – and it is still growing. It impresses not only with its sophisticated technology but above all with its wealth of detail. More than 289,000 figures have been lovingly staged, cars and ships move through the landscapes, and even airplanes take off every minute at Knuffingen Airport. The Wunderland is a breathtaking miniature cosmos that cannot be seen anywhere else in the world. And this cosmos continues to grow. With the opening of Rio de Janeiro, the first 46 m² of the large South America world have already been inaugurated. In the following years, Patagonia, the rainforest, parts of Central America and the Caribbean will follow. But construction work is also continuing on the European continent. The dwarf state of Monaco and idyllic Provence are already under construction and are scheduled to open in winter 2022 / 2023.

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