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Banpo Bridge – Seoul – South Korea

Banpo Bridge – Seoul – South Korea

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As the technology and engineering mechanisms are soaring newer heights, the evidence is being made visible with the help of numerous path breaking structures across the world. One such wonder is the water fountain bridge on the river Han, in South Korea, flowing through the downtown of Seoul. The Banpo Bridge has made its place in the Guinness Book of World Records in the year 2008 by acquiring the title of the longest bridge fountain.

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Tokyo Skytree – Japan

Tokyo Skytree – Japan

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A good number of manmade wonders correspond to buildings which reach the summit of sky and talk to the clouds. The one which stands at the number two position in the world has its location in Sumida and is the pride of Japan. This is the Tokyo Skytree which, with a height of 634 metres, has shifted the Canyon Tower of China to the third place.

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Canton Tower – Guangzhou – China

Canton Tower – Guangzhou – China

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Out of all the countries generating technological and engineering advancements, China is undoubtedly a frontrunner with its break through architectural revolutions like the Canton Towers of Guanzhou. This 600 metres observatory tower, which serves multiple purposes, is the Crown of China standing next to the Pearl River.

The Canton Tower, also known as the Guangzhou Tower first became operational during the Asian Games of 2010. Being taller than the CN Tower, it initially bagged the title of the tallest standing building; however, soon the title went to the Tokyo Skytree in 2011.

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