China builds world's tallest, fastest and scariest cradle

Beijing: China has built the world's tallest and fastest cradle, built in a very high-altitude location. Built on a 700-meter high peak, the cradle can reach speeds of up to 130 kilometers per hour.

The Yong Yang Long Gang, an airspace in Chongqing, is undergoing testing, but has not been opened to the public. Hundreds of feet high, a 100-foot-high curved tower has been built on which a cradle has been built. It has special metal cables. Moving back and forth, the cradle rotates at a speed of 130 km per hour and therefore it is unsuitable for children and will only be for people who like adventure. Because the ground under the swing is found only after 2300 feet. [/ embed]

The cradle completes its half-circle to 91 meters and returns. As such, it is larger and taller than the larger swings of the United States and New Zealand. It is currently undergoing a number of tests. According to the administration, it can withstand an earthquake of 10 Richter scale and is also protected from lightning. Special technology and new styles of welding have been used to strengthen the entire structure.

Three people can use the swing at a time and it can go at a total angle of 90 degrees.

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