Elevator Skyscraper Sky Tower, Auckland, New Zealand.
If you are not afraid to make some pants from fear, ride the elevator to the New Zealand Skyscraper Sky Tower, just be sure to be a transparent section on the floor and watch your step.
Even people with the strong nerves are not able to safely survive the feeling of a rapid fall in the abyss, because the height of the skyscraper Sky Tower 328 meters.
Most high-rise in the world of mountain lift, China.
Most high-rise in the world of freely moving mountain lift, called "Baylong-lift", installed in 2001 in the beautiful national park of China (Vulingian area, Hunan Province). The two-storey cage can accommodate 50 people. It brings visitors to the observation deck, located at an altitude of 360 m.
The complex includes 3 lift capacity of 3750 kg each. Adds spice to the fact that the walls of the elevator are transparent, so strong in spirit, passengers together with a small dose of adrenaline may enjoy contemplating opening their mountain scenery.
The fact that at this time there with the others, we will not mention. It is also interesting that about a third elevator is inside the mountain, while the rest, a large part is outside.
Lift Elevador de Santa Justa, Lisbon, Portugal.
This ancient city 45 meter elevator was built already in 1900. Elevador de Santa Justa takes passengers from the lower part of Lisbon, on the street Rua de Santa Justa, in the Baixa quarter, in the upper part, to the Largo do Carmo near Bairro Alto.
Over the years, Elevador de Santa Justa is a favorite place of pilgrimage for tourists, because with magnificent views over Lisbon.
Elevator Lacerda, Salvador.
As the elevator from Lisbon, this lift from El Salvador transports the audience from one level to another city, on the road giving the opportunity to admire the breathtaking view of the sea.
The ride on the lift lasts about 38 seconds. On the day of the elevator transports about 28 million passengers, each paying 5 cents per trip.
Elevator at the Louvre, Paris, France.
Lift the Louvre has an unusual futuristic look. It is as if when lifting from the floor rises, carrying tourists up to the next floor of the museum.
This elevator is not so much a functional necessity, as an element of decoration of the building.
Lift Hammetschwand, Switzerland.
Swiss Hammetschwand lift height of 152 meters 101 years ago was the highest lift in Europe. And although it is now his time has passed, the pensioner is still in good working order.
Hammetschwand regularly picks up tourists on the mountain, so they can enjoy unforgettable views of the Alps and the surrounding lake. Swiss elevator recalls his Chinese brethren, though it is shorter than the two and a half times.
Elevator in the Eiffel Tower, Paris, France.
Elevator in the Eiffel Tower allows tourists not to raise thousands of steps, but with the comfort of a few minutes to climb to the optimum height and enjoy the view of Paris.
Perhaps everyone who has visited Paris, certainly rolled on this elevator.
Lift the Taipei 101 skyscraper, Taiwan.
Fly 89 floors at 60, 6 km / h, the dubious pleasure. In vain express elevator Taiwanese skyscraper Taipei 101 is called the fastest on earth. Equipped with a system of atmospheric pressure elevator will take you to the top floor vsgo for 37 seconds. Interestingly, in the Taipei 101 is located just 61 elevator.
Non-stop elevator Paternoster, England.
Non-stop elevator Paternoster - an incredible invention. He drives slowly and do not stop for a minute.
It can be accessed at any time and at any time to come out. Lift the old man - was built in 1884 in Essex, England.
Well, in my opinion the most original elevator