This Chinese Skyscraper Has A Literal Waterfall Pouring Out Of It

This Chinese skyscraper is the most extra thing I've seen in awhile. It has a literal waterfall pouring out of the side of it, and costs $118 PER HOUR to power. 

The waterfall was built as part of the Liebian Building in Guiyang, the capital of Guizhou province in southwest China. The 397-ft. tall building is located at a public plaza in the city’s central business district.

I hope I'm rich enough one day to have a waterfall spewing out the side of my building.



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