There are more and more skyscrapers in the world, especially in China. That’s why it’s getting harder for builders and architects to create an original design that stands out.
However, this does not apply to the Liebian building in Guiyang, the capital of Guizhou Province in southwest China, which faces a 350-foot (nearly 108 meters) waterfall.
The skyscraper, 397 feet (120 feet) high, is located in a square in the central business district of the city, Fortune tells.
$118 per hour for the waterfall to keep going
According to local Kan Kan News, however, the waterfall has also been a cause of dissatisfaction because the electricity required to power its four pumps costs 800 yuan, or about $ 118 per hour, although the building managers say the waterfall will work only on special cases and will use rainwater.
However, the building has already become a tourist attraction, as well as a symbol of the city.