The craziest tourist attractions that were never built
Over 10 years ago, architect David Fisher put forward a proposal to build an 80-story skyscraper in Dubai with a twist – each and every floor was meant to spin.
In 2011, Russian architect Alexander Remizov designed a hotel for the future called the Ark.
The climate-hardy hotel was meant to defy all the elements including earthquakes, floods, rising sea levels, and other environmental challenges.
The highly anticipated Falconcity of Wonders was founded in 2005, and set to hold a variety of buildings including world-renowned landmarks with a twist.
When viewed from above the complex would take the shape of a Falcon with guests being able to visit Dueiffel Tower Dubai (inspired by the Eiffel tower), the Leaning Tower of Dubai, Dubai the Great Wall, and the Dubai Grand Pyramid.
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