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10 Most Amazing Platforms around the World

Tourism industry has progressed a lot in past couple of decades and has been a source of huge amount of income for many countries. Many countries are therefore highlighting there God gifted beauty and promoting tourism. Amazing scenery has been spread by nature all around the world and to take real taste of it people have made amazing high platforms to get a clear panorama.

Some of these platforms are amazing examples of design engineering. So here I have compiled some of the most amazing platforms around the world. I hope you will like it.

Aurland Lookout

Breathtaking viewing platform designed by Todd Saunders and Tommie Wilhelmsen, located in Aurland, Norway

Top of Tyrol

Beautiful viewing platform located 3,000 m above sea level at the Stubai Glacier in Tyrol, Austria.

Iguazu Viewing Platform

Spiral viewing platform located over Iguazu waterfall in Brazil.

Dachstein Skywalk

Located 2.700 m above sea level, this cool skywalk is one of the most popular destinations in Styria, Austria.

Willis Tower Skydeck

Formerly named Sears Tower, Willis Tower is a 108 story skyscraper in Chicago, Illinois. Glass boxes extend out 4.3 feet from the Skydeck on the 103rd floor, providing amazing views of the city.

Il Binocolo

Spectacular metal viewing platform located in Merano BZ, Italy.

Landscape Promontory


Located in Switzerland, Landscape Promontory is a high scenery platform designed by Paolo Burgi as a part of Cardada project.

Infinity Room

Infinity room at the House on the Rock in Wisconsin extends 200 feet out over the scenic valley and 150 above the valley floor.

5 Fingers Viewing Platform

Creative viewing platform in Krippenstein, Austria was cleverly named “5 Fingers” by virtue of its hand-like shape.

Grand Canyon Skywalk


Grand Canyon Skywalk is a tourist attraction along the Colorado River on the edge of the Grand Canyon in Arizona, U.S.A.

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