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Incredible 350ft Waterfall On A Skyscraper in China

Chinese construction company Guizhou Ludiya Property Management created the world’s tallest man-made waterfall. People can’t quite decide if it’s a good idea or not.

The artificial waterfall, located in the city of Guiyang, the capital of Guizhou province in Southwest China, requires 4 large pumps to lift the recycled water 350ft up before it cascades down the side of the huge building.

It faced huge engineering challenges during construction and because of electricity costs, believed to be over $100 an hour, the waterfall is only in use for special occasions.

Many people have reacted negatively to what they perceive as an extremely wasteful vanity project While others thought it was a great new tourist attraction for the city.

Incredible 350ft Waterfall On A Skyscraper in China

Incredible 350ft Waterfall On A Skyscraper in China

Incredible 350ft Waterfall On A Skyscraper in China

Incredible 350ft Waterfall On A Skyscraper in China

Incredible 350ft Waterfall On A Skyscraper in China

Incredible 350ft Waterfall On A Skyscraper in China Incredible 350ft Waterfall On A Skyscraper in China

Incredible 350ft Waterfall On A Skyscraper in China Incredible 350ft Waterfall On A Skyscraper in China