Minecraft is often used to recreate real-life locations, especially during this current pandemic, but some people have begun to make Minecraft in real life. This has been done in a variety of different ways, including Kellogg’s Minecraft cereal, which also offers clothing items for the game of Minecraft as well!
Minecraft is no stranger to its players recreating locations so that players can enjoy these locations while still under quarantine, one of these locations is when a father and daughter team has built a 5,000-year-old tomb in Minecraft.
This was done because the actual location is closed down due to the current quarantine that has caused many businesses to close their doors for months at a time. This has caused many placed like ElseWhere, which has been recreated in Minecraft and called ElseWither.
Another example of Minecraft getting created in the real world, either through accident or through intentional design, is the fact that a gardener had accidentally created when laying down turf in her back yard.