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In a country where new buildings rise up every single day, it’s a challenge for architects to come up with original designs that stand out among the crowd of skyscrapers choking the skyline of Chinese cities. This has pushed some architects towards refreshingly new designs such as the moving façade of Shanghai’s Bund Finance Center. But nobody expected a waterfall.

So when the 397-foot-tall Liebian Building in Guiyang, China, turned the faucet for the first time, panicked residents called local newspapers to report a catastrophic water leak. The “leak” turned out to be an artificial waterfall incorporated into the building's façade. The 350-foot tall waterfall cascading down the side of the building is probably the tallest artificial waterfalls in the world.

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