CHINA Sky-high conservatory connects four skyscrapers

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Sky-high conservatory connects four skyscrapers

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15:40, January 15, 2019

Core construction work on a 300-meter-long conservatory, part of the Raffles City Chongqing complex, is complete in Southwest China's Chongqing, Jan. 14, 2019. Located at the confluence of the Yangtze and Jialing rivers, Raffles City Chongqing has been designed by world-renown architect Moshe Safdie, who drew inspiration from the region's thousand years of waterway transportation history. The conservatory, 32.5 meters wide and 26.5 meters tall, connects the tops of four buildings, 250 meters above the ground, as well as accommodating a viewing deck, an infinity pool, a sky walk and varied dining options. (Photo provided to China News Service)

Core construction work on a 300-meter-long conservatory, part of the Raffles City Chongqing complex, is complete in Southwest China's Chongqing, Jan. 14, 2019. Located at the confluence of the Yangtze and Jialing rivers, Raffles City Chongqing has been designed by world-renown architect Moshe Safdie, who drew inspiration from the region's thousand years of waterway transportation history. The conservatory, 32.5 meters wide and 26.5 meters tall, connects the tops of four buildings, 250 meters above the ground, as well as accommodating a viewing deck, an infinity pool, a sky walk and varied dining options. (Photo provided to China News Service)

Core construction work on a 300-meter-long conservatory, part of the Raffles City Chongqing complex, is complete in Southwest China's Chongqing, Jan. 14, 2019. Located at the confluence of the Yangtze and Jialing rivers, Raffles City Chongqing has been designed by world-renown architect Moshe Safdie, who drew inspiration from the region's thousand years of waterway transportation history. The conservatory, 32.5 meters wide and 26.5 meters tall, connects the tops of four buildings, 250 meters above the ground, as well as accommodating a viewing deck, an infinity pool, a sky walk and varied dining options. (Photo provided to China News Service)

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