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  10 Jaw-Dropping Mega construction Projects Around the World

6. Wonthaggi Desalination Plant

The Wonthaggi Desalination plant is a $3.5 billion construction project of a plant that will desalinate seawater. The pipeline that connects the plant with the regional water network will be able to supply 150 billion liters of drinking water per year. This enormous construction project will also create a sustainable plant that will operate on 100% renewable energy sources and feature the largest living green roof in Australia.
7. Sava Bridge in Belgrade, Serbia

Sava Bridge in Belgrade is promising to be the largest single-pylon asymmetric cable-stayed bridge in the world and one among the top 10 longest bridges in Europe. Supported by 80 stay cables anchored at the main pylon and with overall length of 964 meters, the bridge is constructed to improve traffic congestion in Belgrade.
8. City of Culture of Galicia in Spain

This unique project features a complex of cultural buildings in Galicia in Spain which has been under construction for 10 years and is set to finish in 2012. The complexity of the project is the main reason behind this long construction process. The wave-like architectural shape of the building is constructed into an excavated mountain hillside to give an impression of a rolling hillside. Total floor space of the complex will reach 141,800 squared meters and will house libraries, museums, archives and auditoriums which will aid in conservation of local heritage.
9. MS Oasis of the Seas by Royal Caribbean

MS Oasis of the Seas is the largest cruise ship in the world with the ability to carry over 6,000 passengers owned by Royal Caribbean International. The ship weighs a whopping 225,282 tonnes, has 16 decks,  and offers luxury accommodations, night  clubs, pools, and other entertainment options for all age groups.
10. Large Hadron Collider  

Situated in a 27 km tunnel 100 meters beneath the Franco-Swiss border, the Large Hadron Collider is the world’s largest particle accelerator allowing scientist to conduct unique experiments in particle physics. The Large Hadron Collider is the largest machine in the world, the fastest racetrack, the emptiest space in the solar system, and uses the most powerful supercomputer system with biggest and most sophisticated detectors according to European Organization for Nuclear Research.

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