Chocolate Theme Park Opens In China, Boasts Edible Terracotta Army (PICTURES)
When the First Emperor of China, Qin Shi Huang, decreed his people to make him a terracotta army to protect him in the afterlife, it's a safe bet he wasn't expecting anyone to make chocolate replicas of his troops nearly 2000 years later.
But exactly that has happened, with the "World Chocolate Wonderland" theme park opening in Shanghai, China as part of the Himalaya Art Museum's collections.
Hundreds of different objects - from lifesize BMWs to minature robots - have been made out of chocolate and icing, bringing the world a museum that will no doubt have its visitors salivating as they walk round it.
Despite being a 20,000-square-metre attraction, the park's biggest crowdpleaser is definitely its chocolate army, boasting human-sized models as well as smaller, more intricate versions.
Curious chocoholics will also be able to create their own blend of sugary cocoa at the museum too, though chances are it's not going to end up shaped like ancient Chinese soldiers. Sorry about that.
For more images from the "World Chocolate Wonderland" theme park, check out this gallery below - it's got everything from Transformers to giant $100 bills. Seriously.