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China is going to put a halt to the construction of oddly-shaped buildings, Shepard Smith reported this afternoon. 

Here are some famous examples:

This skyscraper, under construction for more than a decade in Suzhou city, is known as the "pants building."

A Sheraton hotel is shaped like a horseshoe.

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Another popular tourist attraction is this guitar building in Huainan, Anhui province.

The new guidelines specify that buildings should look more like the neighborhood in which they're being built.

According to The Telegraph, Chinese leaders are looking to curb the Western influence on architecture in the country. 

A report by Xinhua news agency termed it "a phenomenon that buildings in cities are attempting to be large, western-orientated and weird."

In 2014, President Xi Jinping made headlines with criticism of the trend toward “weird architecture."


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