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Photographer thrills fans with daredevil 'roofing' selfies [Photos]

Angela Nikolau is making a name for herself with her extreme 'roofing' selfies taken from most of the tallest buildings in the world.

Angela Nikolau

Nikolau keeps her 330 thousand followers on Instagram enthralled by the risks she takes every time she is pictured on the very edge of skyscrapers.

She is known to have stood on the edge of the tallest buildings in many countries including Russia.

Half the time, Nikolau shares her exploits with her boyfriend, shocking many with her daring stunts.

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These photos are bound to make your breath catch and send tingles down your spine but those feelings would be nothing compared to what this daredevil feels when she is literally on top of the world.

Roofing is the term used to describe a new craze which involves taking a selfie on the roof of a tall building. Roofing has quickly caught on with many just as planking and BASE jumping, have become the norm.

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