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Rooftoppers Secretly Climb 650-Meter-High Crane in Shanghai

Russian photography lovers and adrenaline junkies Vitaly Raskalov and Vadim Makhorov, who are no unknown people to visiting the massive tall buildings and going up the them with absolutely no protection equipment, have lately overcome the second highest building in the world. The daredevil duo handled to get access China's Shanghai Framework lately, rise the 650-meter-high structure, and take some amazing images from their exclusive viewpoints.

As if rooftopping/skywalking and taking images from such great levels wasn't enough, the two stepped off with the included stress of sneaking into the construction site to range the unfinished building while the town wa busy celebrating the China New Year.

Raskalov says,
"Aware of the tight China law, we ready properly and selected an appropriate time frame, the Chinese New Year day. At that time the security was less careful, employees were on holidays, and cranes did not work. We got to the crane at around late night. It took us almost two hours to get on the 120th ground by foot. And also, we spend almost 18 hours on top of the building, resting and awaiting better weather."
Watch their heart-pounding adventure in the video, below.

Vitaly Raskalov Vadim Makhorov 













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