I’m willing to bet this is something you haven’t seen before.
In Guiyang, China, you can now view the world’s tallest man-made waterfall…and it’s on the side of a skyscraper. The 350-foot tall wonder requires four large pumps to carry the water to the top of the building before it flows down the edifice. The waterfall is only in use for special occasions because it costs over $100 an hour to power the technological marvel.
Residents of the Chinese city have been split over the waterfall. Some see it as a nice tourist attraction, while others view it as a huge waste of money. Take a look at some photos of the project:
Watch this video to see the amazing skyscraper waterfall in action.
What do you think of this addition to Guiyang’s skyline?