Tallest Ferris Wheel
The first Ferris wheel, the height of which was 80, 4 meters, was inaugurated June 21, 1893 in Chicago. As of today, in every major city you can find this amazing attraction for the brave, and the height of many of them is several times the height of Chicago's "Giant."
Singapore Flyer, the height of 165 m
This ferris wheel was discovered in 2008 on the shores of Marina Bay in Singapore. Although today in New York and Dubai have higher draft, Singapore Flyer still continues to be officially considered the tallest Ferris wheel in the world.
Star of Nanchang, the height of 160 meters
This wheel, open in 2006 in the city of Nanchang in Jiangxi Province, China, for two years was of the tallest in the world.
London Eye, the height of 135 meters
The representative of Europe, located in the South Beenk in London was opened in 2000 and until 2006 was considered the tallest wheel in the world.
Suzhou Ferris Wheel, the height of 120 meters
Ferris wheel from the city of Suzhou, Jiangsu Province, China, is the "new" because it opened in 2009.
Melbourne Star (or Southern Star), the height of 120 meters
This building was opened in Melbourne, Australia in December 2008. Wheel operated a total of 40 days, after which it was closed for repairs. The reconstruction, which began in 2011, continues to this day.
Tianjin Eye, 120 meters height
Ferris Wheel, located in Tianjin, China, was opened in 2008. This wheel is the largest, pitched over a bridge.
Changsha Ferris Wheel, the height of 120 meters
Open in 2004 in Changsha, Hunan, China.
Zhengzhou Ferris Wheel, the height of 120 meters
Open in 2003 in Century Amusement Park, Henan Province, China.
Sky Dream Fukuoka, the height of 120 meters
Since 2002, this wheel is employed in Fukuoka, Japan. In September 2009, it was closed and partially dismantled.
Diamond and Flower Ferris Wheel, the height of 117 meters
In 2001, opened in Tokyo, Japan. Today is the tallest Ferris wheel in Japan.