10 Amazing Artificial Structures In The World

Number 1: The Pool Hotel Dubai

If you love to swim and you love heights, you should visit The Pool Hotel Dubai. Each room has its own balcony, with a clear pool which hangs over the side. This pool is not for the faint of heart, especially if you are staying on one of the upper floors.

Number 2: The Bridge Eshima Oashi

The Eshia Ohashi Bridge is the largest bridge in Japan, and it is the third largest bridge in the world. It is one mile long, and 144 feet high. If you look at the photos, it looks as though these vehicles are on a scary roller coaster. In reality, it is an optical illusion. While the bridge does appear very steep, people who have driven across it say it is like driving down a hill. Driving up the bridge can be scary because you expect a huge drop at the bottom. Driving down is not as scary. The only time the bridge looks so scary is when a photo is taken straight on. The media loves to take photos of the bridge, head on, to give it a more dangerous appearance.

Number 3: New Haven Gervasutti

This is a man-made refuge for rock climbers, located in the Alps. It is a comfortable place where climbers can find warmth and safety on their climb. The huge window provides an amazing view. The project was commissioned by the Italian club CAI Torino, which was one of their most difficult projects. The extreme temperatures, the difficulty of installation, and the high altitude make building this structure at the center of this glacier incredibly difficult.

Number 4: Hotel Skylodge

This is an amazing hotel that is great for the adventure lovers. You would stay in a clear, luxury capsule that hangs from the top of a mountain in the Sacred Valley of Peru. In order to get to this amazing hotel, you would need to climb 1,312 feet up the mountain. You can also hike a trail through zip lines to get there. You can get a complete view of the mountains all around. While the views are amazing, it can be dangerous. This is why a guide stays nearby at all times, and they even sleep a nearby capsule. The views from this man made wonder make it worth making the trip. If you want to take a trip to the Hotel Skylodge, you can expect to pay up to $400.

Number 5: El Mirador De La Torre Willis

In English, this means the glass room. This amazing structure is located in the Willis Tower in Chicago. You can walk across a transparent floor that is located at the top of the tower. The floor extends out, making it appear that you are floating on air. The view of the city is incredible. If you have a strong stomach and no fear of heights, it is a place that you really must visit. This is not an experience for the faint of heart. Many of the people who attempt to visit the glass room get there and turn around because of its great height.

Number 6: Observation Deck Alpspix

This is one of the most amazing views in the world is from the Observation Deck just above the top station of the Alpspizbahn lifts. It consists of two steel beams that create a floating X over a drop that is close to 3,280 feet. The platform allows you to walk 25 feet out away from the mountain. When you visit this man-made structure, you can get an amazing view of the Zugspitz, Waxensteine, the north face of the Alpspitz, and down the Hollental Valley. The platform is clear. When you are standing on it, you feel as though you are floating over the Earth. If you have a fear of heights, don’t waste your time visiting the Observation Deck.

Number 7: The Elevator 100 Deagones

This is a glass elevator that is built right onto the side of a huge cliff of Zhangjiajie, in the People’s Republic of China. Since its construction, many people believed that it was the heaviest and tallest outdoor elevator in the world, and it goes up 3,510 feet in the sky. On July 16, 2015, the Bailong Elevator was recognized by the Guinness World Records as the tallest outdoor elevator. The trip to the top is enough to scare even the bravest person. Thousands of people visit the elevator each year to take it to the top. Many of these people get to the elevator, see its height, and change their minds. If you are planning to take the ride up the elevator, be prepared.It is one of the most amazing artificial structures in the world.

Number 8: The Path Terrorifico Cristalino

This is the scariest glass walkway path, located in the Tiamen Mountain, Zhangjiajie, China. It is built right against the mountain, 4,700 feet above the ground. If you are going to walk on the path, you must put protective socks over your shoes to avoid scratching the glass floor. The path wraps halfway around the mountain and gives you a spectacular view. Since the floor is glass, you can’t help but look down.

Number 9: The Bridge Crystal Pendant

The Bridge Crystal Pendant is one of the amazing bridges located at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, located in Bentonville, Arkansas. The museum is open to the public and they offer free admission. Of all the bridges, The Bridge Crystal Pendant is by far the most beautiful.

Number 10: The Observatory Glass

This is an amazing structure located on the 94the floor of the John Hancock Center in Chicago. You can enter the observatory glass and get breathtaking views of the entire city and Lake Michigan from 1,000 feet off the ground. The observatory glass contains a cafe and bar, where you can enjoy the spectacular 360-degree view while enjoying a beverage. The best time to visit the observatory glass is at sunset. If you are planning a trip to Chicago, this is an attraction that you don’t want to miss out on.

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