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Machu Picchu created in chocolate

Peru's world famous lost city of the Incas, Machu Picchu, has been painstakingly recreated in chocolate.

A team of chefs in Lima took 45 days to complete the edible sculpture made from 160kg of chocolate.

Meanwhile in Thailand, a hotel has created a six-metre-high Christmas tree out of sweets.

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