China skyscraper Waterfall

Your eyes aren’t playing tricks, the Liebian International Plaza skyscraper boasts the world’s tallest man-made waterfall, measuring a staggering 354-feet-tall, in the Chinese city of Guiyang. “Our building has a four-storey underground water storage and drainage system, from which the water is pumped and recycled,” said Mr. Cheng, a spokesperson for Guizhou Ludiya Property Management Co., Ltd. Continue reading for another video and more information.

“When the Liebian International Plaza waterfall was first turned on, many locals allegedly believed that the massive stream of water was the result of burst pipes somewhere up the skyscraper. In reality, the waterfall is powered by an impressive installation made up of an underground water storage and drainage system and powerful pumps,” reports Oddity Central.

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