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November 25, 2004


G-Cans: Massive Underground Water Project in Japan

The underground waterway is the largest in the world and sports five 32m diameter, 65m deep concrete containment silos which are connected by 64 kilometers of tunnel sitting 50 meters beneath the surface.

November 25, 2004 in Info | Permalink


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