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Three Russian dare devils climbed to the top of Hong Kong's tallest building.

And if that wasn't enough, they took their selfie stick and a Go Pro with them to capture the death-defying moments.

These pictures and the video were taken more than 360 meters in the air.

What's most amazing, or stupid — whichever way you want to look at it — the three photographers did not use any safety harnesses or equipment as they hung from the building and walked across the ledges.

The leader of the dare devil group is 19-year-old Alexander Remnov who says he plans to do more stunts like this in the future.

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