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Take stock of the world's top 10 dangerous buildings, Xuankong Temple is on the list!

We all know that there are many amazing buildings in the world, and many people will choose to travel to these places. Do you know what are the ten most dangerous buildings in the world?

Top 10 Xuankong Temple

Xuankong Temple, or Xuankong Temple, is a temple about 75 meters above the ground on a cliff near Hengshan, Shanxi Province, China. The building was built in the Northern Wei Dynasty and has a history of more than 1400 years. It is the only existing Buddhist, Taoist and Confucian temple in China. The building has more than 40 halls and more than 80 Buddhist sculptures made of bronze, iron, stone and mud. The suspended temple, which is designed scientifically and constructed skillfully, is described as strange, floating and wonderful. The temple, built entirely on the cliff, seems to be supported by beams inserted into the cliff to make holes, but the problem is that the beams are not used to bear its weight at all

Top 9 Lichtenstein Castle

The castle is located on a cliff in Germany, 817 meters above sea level. Historically, there has been an ancient castle on the site since about 1200 years ago. It was destroyed in the war of 1311 and then fell into ruins. To this day, the castle is still owned by a duke, but it is open to tourists. There are many ancient weapons and armor in the castle.

Top 8 higher than nunnery

They are located on the top of two Japanese chestnut tea houses, which were built from Nagano. Architect Fujimori designed and built the single room structure for his own use. You can only enter one of the trees by a separate ladder with plaster and bamboo mats inside

Top 7 schussen tower

Built in the middle of the 13th century, the tower is a church in Germany. Its 27.43-meter-high spire, made of oak, was added to the building in 1450. Since then, the spire has been tilted due to oak materials and wetlands. After making a huge transformation, it was not until 1996 that the spire was finally fixed. Now the church is in use and open to the public as a tourist attraction

Top 6 sutya gold house

Sutya gold house, built by Russian businessmen, began in 1992 and took 15 years to complete. Although the building is only two stories high, it has a roof span of more than 11 to 15 stories, making it the tallest wooden house in the world, or at least in Russia. In 2008, the wooden house was denounced for its potential fire hazard. As a result, some of it was forcibly demolished by the local government, and the remaining four story structure was ironically burned on May 6, 2012

Top 5 the door to Europe

The gate of Europe, located in Madrid, Spain, consists of two identical sloping towers. Built between 1989 and 1996, the building is a joint project of American and Spanish construction companies. Each building has 26 floors, with a vertical height of 114 meters and a slope of 15 degrees towards the other

Top 4 Mitora monastery

Metola literally means suspended in the air in Greek. This monastery is one of the largest and most important Monastic Buildings in the Greek Orthodox Church. It is located on the top of high natural rock columns. Despite the difficulties, 24 monasteries were built in the 15th century, and six are still in use. A hundred years ago, people could only reach steep cliffs by hanging baskets or climbing fragile rope ladders

Top 3 wozoco Apartments

Built between 1994 and 1997, this apartment is located in a garden city in the Dutch capital. It has been a private residence for more than 55 years. The original design was to limit the number of apartments to 87 units per block, and promised that every tenant would get good natural lighting. However, it was later changed to 100 units per block, with 13 additional units suspended on the vertical surface of the main structure

Top 2 leaning tower of Pisa

It is the bell tower of Pisa, Italy, and is famous for its unexpected leaning tower. The construction of the tower began in 1173. However, only five or six years later, the tower began to tilt to the southeast. This is due to the instability of the foundation. Basically, one side is too soft. After completion in 1372, the tower had been bent down by 4.5 feet, and over time, the angle of the 16000 ton tower became more unstable

Top 1 Capital Gate

The capital gate is a skyscraper in the capital of the Arab Emirates. A design that tilts 18 degrees to the west makes it stand out, which is almost five times as steep as the Leaning Tower of Pisa in Italy. With a height of 160 meters and 35 floors, it is one of the tallest buildings in the city. In 2010, Guinness World Records certified capital gate as the world's most inclined man-made tower