Largest spokeless Ferris wheel opens in eastern city

Source:Ecns.cn Published: 2018/5/16 16:01:49

Bailang River Bridge Ferris Wheel opens to the public in Weifang City, Shandong Province, May 16, 2018. At a staggering 145-meters tall, the structure is the largest spokeless Ferris wheel in the world. Also known as the Eye of Bohai Sea, the wheel is 125 meters in diameter and features a grid design, with 36 carriages all able to host 10 people. It takes half an hour to complete a rotation. (Photo: China News Service/Yuan Yankui)


 

Bailang River Bridge Ferris Wheel opens to the public in Weifang City, Shandong Province, May 16, 2018. At a staggering 145-meters tall, the structure is the largest spokeless Ferris wheel in the world. Also known as the Eye of Bohai Sea, the wheel is 125 meters in diameter and features a grid design, with 36 carriages all able to host 10 people. It takes half an hour to complete a rotation. (Photo: China News Service/Yuan Yankui)


 

Bailang River Bridge Ferris Wheel opens to the public in Weifang City, Shandong Province, May 16, 2018. At a staggering 145-meters tall, the structure is the largest spokeless Ferris wheel in the world. Also known as the Eye of Bohai Sea, the wheel is 125 meters in diameter and features a grid design, with 36 carriages all able to host 10 people. It takes half an hour to complete a rotation. (Photo: China News Service/Yuan Yankui)


 

Bailang River Bridge Ferris Wheel opens to the public in Weifang City, Shandong Province, May 16, 2018. At a staggering 145-meters tall, the structure is the largest spokeless Ferris wheel in the world. Also known as the Eye of Bohai Sea, the wheel is 125 meters in diameter and features a grid design, with 36 carriages all able to host 10 people. It takes half an hour to complete a rotation. (Photo: China News Service/Yuan Yankui)


 

Bailang River Bridge Ferris Wheel opens to the public in Weifang City, Shandong Province, May 16, 2018. At a staggering 145-meters tall, the structure is the largest spokeless Ferris wheel in the world. Also known as the Eye of Bohai Sea, the wheel is 125 meters in diameter and features a grid design, with 36 carriages all able to host 10 people. It takes half an hour to complete a rotation. (Photo: China News Service/Yuan Yankui)


 

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