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World’s largest kaleidoscope made from Swarovski crystals

The world’s largest kaleidoscope is located in Wattens, Austria, and it is made of of…you guessed it, Swarovski crystals. Swarovski World is home to 14 underground areas covered in these decadent crystals. The ‘crystaloscope’ is one of Swarosvcki World’s glamorous attractions, where designer André Heller created the world’s largest kaleidoscope.

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