If you're afraid of heights, now is not the time to look down.
Welcome to the world's highest ice skating rink, located on top of the Oko Tower skyscraper in Moscow city and exclusively reserved for those not faint of heart.
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Standing at nearly 1,200 feet above the ground and surrounded by sky-high bars and restaurants, the rink provides some of the best open air panoramic views of Moscow in the entire capital of the Russian Federation.
However, this breathtaking and heart-pounding experience does not come cheap.
The rink on top of the Oko Tower is actually one of the most expensive skating destinations in the whole of Moscow.
Daredevils hoping to take a lap of the ice will have to pay between 3,000 and 5,000 roubles (£40 - £65).
The rink, which was opened to the public last week, is owned by the BMW group in Russia and cost around more than £202,000 to build.