Skyscraper with the highest artificial waterfall in the world

The water flows from a height of 108 meters and is fed upward with the help of four pumps.

In the Chinese province of Guizhou c 2018 working skyscraper Liebian International Plaza with the tallest man-made waterfall. Water flows from it from a height of 108 meters, and its supply costs $ 118 per hour.

Four 185-kilowatt pumps are used to raise the water, and it takes two hours to prepare for launch. The system operates in a closed type: the flowing water is again fed back to the top.

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