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Bouncy castle (for adults)

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Looking like a cross between an ultra-stylish kids play zone and the interior of a spaceship, this rather bewitching display has been erected outside the Sydney Opera House.

The inflatable installation, titled Mirazozo, was created by a British company called Architects of Air who must have had one hell of a journey taking it over. The maze-like structure is 48 metres long and uses natural light combined with PVC to create a variety of spooky atmospheres.

Kids, and the less reserved of us adults, have understandably been going wild for the place.

To find out more information click here.

(Images: Rex Features)

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