Check out the exciting new feature of the 121-meter (397-foot) tall Liebian Building in GuiyangChina: it has an actual waterfall that plunges 350 feet to the plaza below.

According to Arch Daily, At 108-meters, the waterfall is among the tallest artificial waterfalls in the world—and easily the largest artificial waterfall located in an urban area, with other record breakers being artificial additions to river and canal networks.

Responding to the predictable cries of wastefulness of both energy and water, the buildings owners say that the water is recycled rain and tap water, and that it does not run constantly, but only for special occasions.