The world's steepest phenolic opened in Switzerland

Schwyz-Stoos, the world's steepest scientific system in the world spent 53 million dollars on construction in Switzerland, opened on Sunday. The 1738 is a 'modern engineering wonder' in the eyes of architects.

The world's steepest line has opened in Switzerland. The Schwanz-Stoos system, built near the village of Stoos in the canton of Schwyz, is considered a modern engineering wonder.

The 53 rail system costing a 'space travel' experience cost 1738 a million dollars. Passengers can reach the 743 meter height in 4 minutes via the 10 meter-high rail bridge. Feniculus wagons, designed to be able to erect the Alps with XNUMX meters per second, are designed as barrels.

Considering that the village of Stoos is 1300 meters high above sea level, this train ride will be an adventurous experience for Swiss people and tourists. The population of the village is about 50 to the south of Zurich.


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