Time to experience a bit of daredevilry from the comfort of your own chair. Watch as these folks climb to the very tops of skyscrapers (and other high structures), and try not to get too queasy.

Sitting on top of the 2,722 ft (829.8 m) tall Burj Khalifa in Dubai, UAE, 2011

Two guys on the Russky Bridge, which was built across the Eastern Bosphorus Strait (connecting Vladivostok, Russia with Russky Island) to serve the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation conference in 2012. The highest point of the bridge is 1,053 ft (320.9 m)

Climbing the 577 ft (176 m) tall Kotelnicheskaya Enbankment Building, one of Stalin's Seven Sisters skyscrapers in Moscow, Russia, climbed in 2012

On a rusty bridge, Kiev, Ukraine, 2012

Shanghai Tower the second tallest building in the world, still under construction, climbed in February 2014

The video clip for Netzwerk (Falls Like Rain), by Klang Karussell, shot in Belgrade, Serbia, March 2014

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Climbing a crane for the ultimate selfie by James Kingston, October 2014

Atop The Centre, the fifth tallest (1,135 ft or 346 m) skyscraper in Hong Kong, 2014

On the top of the 1,358 ft (414 m) tall Princess Tower, Dubai, 2014

A 918 ft (280 m) tall chimney in Pitesti, Romania, November 2014

Bonus: Ukranian and Russian daredevils

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