World’s first ‘floating’ pool suspended between London tower blocks – BBC News

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  • BBC News published this video item, entitled “World’s first ‘floating’ pool suspended between London tower blocks – BBC News” – below is their description.

    Suspended between two tower blocks in a swimming pool 35m (115 ft) above the ground, the residents of a development in London cooled off during the UK’s warmest day this year.

    The Sky Pool, described as “the world’s first floating pool”, is only open to some of the development’s residents, where rent is from about £1,800 to £6,500 per month.

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