That is, unless $75,000 is raised by May 11th.
The replica wall was built in 1992 from 3 million domino-sized bricks for the Splendid China theme park in Kissimmee, Florida.
Craftsmen spent more than a year and $2 million building the tiny Great Wall of China, and park officials hoped to recoup the cash by attracting tourists from nearby Orlando.
Unfortunately, Splendid China closed its doors last year, and the Wall remains homeless.
Now, Kissimmees resident Wall enthusiast Steven Phillips is trying everything in his power to make sure this mini-wonder doesnt get sacked.
To earn enough money to move the 1800-foot wall, hes selling off portions to interested buyers.
But hes hit a brick wall: To date, Phillips has raised only $4,000.
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