Israel's popular miniature park, Mini Israel, now offers a new service in which customers will be able to see models of their own buildings or homes at the miniature site.
The cost of having a private model built at the park ranges from about $50,000 to $100,000.
The park's management has been approaching entrepreneurs, companies and businesspeople that may be interested in perpetuating their businesses through the park.
Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper reported that a few businesses have already responded to the offer.
A few buildings have been added to the park, including the Kfar Haroeh Beni Akiva synagogue which was built for the price of some $45,000.
Buildings in progress include a model of the Netanya Academic College, costing $60,000, which is currently under construction, and an Alon Tavor dairy farm funded by Tnuva for some $80,000.
Mini Israel CEO Haim Rogatka said that the park currently holds 360 models, and can accommodate some 95 more.
Reproduced with permission: Ynet