View from soaring glass bottom observatories

With transparent floors looking down from dizzying heights, these observation points give you breathtaking views but not for the faint of heart.

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Skywalk 100 (Shanghai, China): Located at an altitude of 474m, Skywalk 100 Observatory at Shanghai World Financial Center is one of the highest viewing spots in the world.(Photo: Pbase).

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The Ledge, Willis Tower (Chicago, USA): The Ledge Observatory is shaped like a transparent glass box protruding at a height of 412m.From the 103 floor, you can see 4 US states.(Photo: Skydeck Chicago).

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Calgary Tower (Calgary, Canada): Calgary Tower gives visitors a panoramic view of the city and the Rocky Mountains.In addition, you can observe the bustling streets at the height of 155m thanks to the glass floor.(Photo: Gizmodo).

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The Edge, Eureka Tower (Melbourne, Australia): Located on the 88th floor of Eureka Tower, The Edge is a glass box located at an altitude of 300m overlooking the city of Melbourne.(Photo: CityDiscover).

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Macau Tower (Macau, China): "Walk in the Sky" is a floor with glass floor located at a height of 233m in Macau tower.You should come here both during the day and at night to get the full experience.(Photo: Slice).

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Ostankino Tower (Moscow, Russia): Ostankino Tower in Moscow is Europe's tallest building and the eighth highest in the world.The tower bottom observatory is located at a height of 337m.(Photo: Slavorum).

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Tokyo Skytree (Tokyo, Japan): There are many observatories on the Tokyo Skytree building, but the best is Tembo Deck located at 350m high, with glass floor for visitors to see the brilliant scenery of Tokyo.(Photo: Slice).

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Sky Tower (Auckland, New Zealand): With a height of 328m, Sky Tower is the highest building in New Zealand.The main observatory here has a transparent floor, overlooking the lower street from a height of 186m.(Photo: TrekEarth).

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Sydney Tower (Sydney, Australia): Sydney is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and the view from 268 meters high at the observation tower of Sydney Tower is even more beautiful.(Photo: Gidmozo).

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Oriental Pearl Tower (Shanghai, China): This transparent observatory makes you feel like flying in Shanghai sky.In fact, you are standing at an altitude of 359m above the ground.(Photo: Dwidayatour).

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CN Tower (Toronto, Canada): Located at 342m altitude in Toronto sky, the glass floor of CN Tower is not for the faint of heart.However, you can feel secure when visiting this place, because these 6.35 cm thick glass panels are checked annually.(Photo: Gidmozo).

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