The world's 11 most unbelievable elevators
The elevator at the AquaDom in Berlin travels up the middle of the 82-foot tall aquarium. (GETTY/GALLO)
A diver cleans the glass of a giant, cylindrical aquarium as fish swim by at the AquaDom. (GETTY/GALLO)
The Sky Tower features through the central business district in Auckland, New Zealand. (GETTY/GALLO)
The four-minute elevator ride up the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri, brings you to the top of the 630-foot-tall wonder. (GETTY/GALLO)
The 50-minute gondola tours at Scotland's Falkirk Wheel traverse two canals and include two rides on the elevator. (GETTY/GALLO)
Take in the views of Lake Lucerne and the Alps as you ride up Switzerland's Hammetschwand Lift.
There is no better way to take in the sights of Stockholm, Sweden, than a ride on the SkyView at the Ericsson Globe.
The Lloyd's building in London was designed inside out, and the 12 glass elevators travel along the exterior. (GETTY/GALLO)
Take in views of the city's parks, temples, and skyscrapers from the 89th-floor observatory at Taipei 101 in Taiwan. (GETTY/GALLO)
Elevator's at the Luxor hotel in Las Vegas travel at a sharp 39-degree angle. (GETTY/GALLO)
The Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart, Germany, contains info on 125 years of automotive history and some really cool elevators. (GETTY/GALLO)
The elevators at the Mercedes-Benz Museum have curving metallic exteriors and visor-shaped windows. (GETTY/GALLO)
The Bailong Elevator in Hunan, China's Zhangjiajia Forest Park travels nearly 1,070 feet up a sheer cliff.
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