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China’s first vertical forest To Have Over 3,000 Plants

China is planning to build two 'vertical forest' towers. The tower set to be built in Nanjing province will house over 1,100 trees and 2,500 plants. The two green towers could provide the city with 132 pounds of oxygen every day as they absorb carbon dioxide.

 The two towers will occupy over 6,550 square yards of land, with one building reaching over 350 feet and the other over 650 feet. The shorter of the two will contain a Hyatt hotel with a swimming pool on the roof. The taller will include a museum, a sustainable architecture school, and a private club on top, digitaltrends.com added in its report.

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