Unreal 350ft Skyscraper Waterfall In China

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People travel all over the world to see some of the greatest and unique sights there are to see, and Chinese construction company Guizhou Ludiya Property Management have just added one to the list by creating a waterfall on the side of a 350ft skyscraper. 

Located in the city of Guiyang, the capital of Guizhou province in Southwest China, the huge waterfall requires 4 large pumps to lift the recycled water 350ft up before it flows down the side of the building. It is however only used for special occasions as it uses $100 of electricity per hour. Check it out below, and head here for more information on it.

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