Chinese skyscraper turned into a 100-meter waterfall
Chinese skyscraper turned into a 100-meter waterfall

Chinese skyscraper turned into a 100-meter waterfall

Chinese skyscraper turned into a 100-meter waterfall All over the world there are not only natural sights, but also man-made. Some of them were created millennia ago, some were built in the last 100 years. However, attracting tourists to certain countries and their regions is still not easy. The Chinese do not know the barriers in their ingenuity and now, in addition to glass suspension bridges, they have a 108-meter artificial waterfall in a real 121-meter skyscraper made of glass and metal. Chinese skyscraper turned into a 100-meter waterfall Chinese skyscraper turned into a 100-meter waterfall Chinese skyscraper turned into a 100-meter waterfall Chinese skyscraper turned into a 100-meter waterfall A miracle adorns the outer wall of a skyscraper in the Chinese city of Guiyang. As it became known, communications occupy as many as 4 floors, and four pumps pump water so that it effectively falls into a special pool on the ground. While the waterfall will be included in the business center only on special occasions and holidays, since its work only in the amount of electricity consumed costs the owners of the building $ 120 per hour.

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