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The World's First Glass Pool In The Sky Is Opening & It's So Surreal (PHOTOS)

It's literally like swimming through air! 😱
London Sky Pool Is the First Of Its Kind In The World

The time has almost come for the unveiling of the world's first transparent pool in the sky.

London's "Sky Pool" is suspended 115 feet in the air between two buildings.

The 82-foot long structure is crystal clear on all sides, to make you feel like you're literally floating on air.

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The pool was painstakingly crafted by a team of architects and structural engineers after it was conceptualized in 2013. 

It was built in Colorado and shipped across the world to its permanent home in England at London's Embassy Gardens.

The Sky Pool was lifted into place in September, and now it sits concealed like an epic present waiting to be unwrapped.

The pool will be ready to open to the public in the spring, reports Daily Mail.

With sprawling views of central London, a rooftop spa, and outdoor bar, it's sure to be just as incredible as the sky-high infinity pool at Singapore's Marina Bay Sands.

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