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Giant Crystal Cave, Mexico

The Giant Crystal Cave discovered in 2000 after water was pumped out of the cave by a mining company. Two miners saw the crystals when they entered the drying cave on foot. The crystals are buried 300 meters beneath the Sierra de Naica Mountain in Chihuahua, Mexico. Giant Crystal Cave is a U-shaped cavity in the limestone. Roughly 30 meters long by 10 meters wide, it was filled with groundwater for tens of thousands of…

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Son Doong Cave; World's Largest Cave

Son Doong Cave (Vietnamese: Hang Son Doong) is world's largest cave, located in the heart of Phong Nha Ke-Bang National Park, Vietnam. It was first discovered in 1990, by a local man named Ho Khanh but he returned home and forgot about the cave. In 2008, he found the cave again and took note of the path, and subsequently led Howard and Deb Limbert of the British Cave Association to the cave for the first…

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World's Longest Glass-Bottomed Bridge, China

Architectural Design & Research Institute of Zhejiang University (UAD) has completed a 526-metre-long glass-bottomed bridge in China. Spanning the Lianjiang River, the structure has been officially recognized by Guinness World Records as the longest glass-bottomed bridge in the world. This glass bridge is suspended at a height of 201 meters, with a width of 8.8 meters. Built as a tourist attraction, the bridge has a capacity of 500 people. The suspended glass bridge spans the…

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The 5 Most Incredible Elevators in the World

Usually, a ride on an elevator involves pushing a button and zoning out until the ding for your floor. There are some elevators that are crafted quite beautifully and have doubled the enjoyment of people that use them! These vertical feats of engineering are about way more than getting from point A to point B. Here, we are going to talk about the most incredible elevators in the world that have amazed us by their…

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Bailong Elevator; The World's Tallest Outdoor Glass Elevator

THE BAILONG ELEVATOR, located in Zhangjiajie National Forest Park in China, is officially the tallest outdoor lift or elevator in the world, according to Guinness World Records. The park is famous for the spectacular sandstone pillars that rise up from the forest floor. The Bailong Elevator (meaning the Hundred Dragons Elevator) has a total height of 326 meters. 154 meters of the elevator's total height is sighted in mountain walls with the rest of the…

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