(The original, designed by George Ferris, is pictured on the right.)
The Singapore Flyer - Currently the world’s largest Ferris Wheel.
The London Eye - Europe's tallest Ferris Wheel was built for the UK's millennium celebration.
The Star of Nanchang - In Nanchang, China, halfway between Hong Kong and Shanghai.
Zhengzhou Ferris Wheel - In Zhengzhou, China.
The Suzhou Ferris Wheel - In Suzhou, China.
The Tianjin Eye - Sits on top of the Yongle Bridge in Tianjin (formerly Tientsin), China.
The city's website describes the Tianjin Eye as 'a set of transportation, sightseeing, dining, travel in one integrated multi-function bridge.'
Changsha Ferris Wheel - In Changsha, Hunan, China.
The Riesenrad - In Vienna, Austria, can be seen in the films The Third Man and The Living Daylights.
La Grande Roue de Paris - A portable Ferris Wheel that was originally set up in Paris, France for the city's millennium celebration. After that it visited the UK, Holland, Belgium and Thailand.
The Texas Star - In Dallas's Fair Park this is the largest Ferris Wheel in North America.
Eurowheel - In Emilia-Romagna, Italy, is the second largest Ferris Wheel in Europe.
Cosmo Clock21 - In Yokohama, Japan. It may not the world's largest Ferris Wheel, but it is the world's largest clock.
Santa Monica Pier Ferris Wheel - AKA the Pacific Wheel, in Santa Monica, California, is The world's only solar powered Ferris Wheel.
The Big-O - Located in Tokyo' Dome City entertainment and shopping complex. It was the first and is the largest center-less Ferris Wheel in the world.
Moscow-850 - Located in the All-Russia Exhibition Center.
Diamond and Flower Wheel - In Edogawa, Japan's Kasai Rinkai Park.
Daikanransha - On Odaiba, a large artificial island in Tokyo Bay.