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  • World's Most Amazing Elevators

    Elevators have a simple task: take passengers from one floor to another safely. But it doesn't mean that they have to be boring. Elevator builders and architects have recently taken designs to new heights, so to speak. Here are some of our favorite elevators from around the world. <p/> The Aurora Office Building in Taipei, Taiwan features lifts that bring vertical travel to dizzying new levels.
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  • World's Most Amazing Elevators

    Leave it up to Mercedes Benz to have a stylish, sleek elevator at <a href="http://www.mercedes-benz-classic.com/content/classic/mpc/mpc_classic_website/en/mpc_home/mbc/home/museum/overview_museum.html" target="external">its museum</a> Stuttgart, Germany.
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  • World's Most Amazing Elevators

    Here are sleek elevators at the Asia Pacific Finance Tower in Hong Kong.
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  • World's Most Amazing Elevators

    The lobby of Cunard's <a href="http://www.cunard.com/Ships/Queen-Mary-2/" target="external">Queen Mary 2</a> cruise ship welcomes guests in style. Guests then continue that grandeur in the ship's main elevators as they are whisked up to their rooms.
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    The <a href="http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/nycmq-new-york-marriott-marquis/" target="external">New York Marriott Marquis</a> has some of the most unique elevators in the city, let alone the world. The glass-enclosed elevators move up and down a central column, in the middle of a huge 49-story atrium. Recently, the hotel got rid of the up/down buttons and asks passengers to enter a floor before the computer assigns them an elevator thanks to an algorithm, speeding the ride for all.
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  • World's Most Amazing Elevators

    Only in Las Vegas could a Coca-Cola can double as an elevator.
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  • World's Most Amazing Elevators

    <a href="http://twin.thyssenkrupp-elevator.com/#/en/entdecken" target="external">ThyssenKrupp</a> has created a twin elevator where there are two separate cabs that share shaft. Scary thought, right? Well, it turns out that sophisticated computers stop the two cabs from crashing into each other. Here is one in action in Frankfurt.
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    Shop in style at the StaryBrow shopping mall in Poznar, Poland with these unique glass elevators.
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