World's tallest towers

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Perhaps these days you've been struggling with high-rise buildings on the street that you do not have much interest in, but the towers and high skyscrapers in the world are different. Their height does not fit into the horizons of our eyes, and it may be hard to believe that man has been able to exceed this limit to the realm of the sky. However, this is still going on and every year new skyscrapers enter the competition. In the selection of the world's tallest towers, the names of those concrete structures that have been completed have been completed. The international CTBUH has named the world's tallest skyscraper in this way.
Perhaps these days you've been struggling with high-rise buildings on the street that you do not have much interest in, but the towers and high skyscrapers in the world are different. Their height does not fit into the horizons of our eyes, and it may be hard to believe that man has been able to exceed this limit to the realm of the sky. However, this is still going on and every year new skyscrapers enter the competition. In the selection of the world's tallest towers, the names of those concrete structures that have been completed have been completed. The international CTBUH has named the world's tallest skyscraper in this way.

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Trump International Tower and Hotel Edited @ 3 years ago

US officials built the tower in Chicago with a height of 423 meters. The Toramp Tower has 98 floors and the cost of making it is $ 847 million. The Tramp Tower is located on the Chicago River and has 27 lifts for residents to move. Edited

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Hong Kong International Trade Center Edited @ 3 years ago

The Hong Kong Skyscraper is 484 meters high and 108 floors. Its construction began in 2007 and ended in 2010 with a cost of $ 58.3 billion. Among the facilities of this commercial center are several luxurious hotels, office, parking and a viewing platform. 30 public lifts, 14 high speed elevators, 2 special lift elevators, and Hong Kong tower residents. Edited

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Willis Tower Edited @ 3 years ago

The tower is located in Chicago, USA, and is 442 meters tall. The construction of the 108-story Willis Tower has cost $ 950 million and was completed in 1973. The skyscraper was known as the world's tallest concrete structure for 25 years. Edited

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    very good tower

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Burj Khalifa Edited @ 3 years ago

This 828-meter skyscraper is located in Dubai's UAE, with 163 floors. To complete the construction project Burj Khalifa has spent $ 1.5 billion on credit. The construction of the Khalifa Tower began in 2004 and was completed in October 2009, but officially opened on January 4, 2010, and reopened. Edited

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taipei 101 tower Edited @ 3 years ago

The skyscraper is located in Taiwan, 509 meters high. The construction of a 101-story building taipei tower costs a cost of 1/8 Billions of dollars. The taipei tower was the world's tallest skyscraper before the opening of Dubai's Khalifa Tower. Experts have designed the taipei tower to display the technology and technology revolution of the world in traditional Asia. Edited

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Shanghai Trade Center Tower Edited @ 3 years ago

This 492-meter tower is located in Shanghai, China, and has 101 floors. The cost of building the Shanghai Central Business Tower is estimated at $ 1.2 billion. The tallest hotel in the world is located in this tropical sky, which has 79-93 classes. Shanghai In 2007 it was ready to be exploited. Edited

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Twin Towers of Petronas Edited @ 3 years ago

The twin towers of Petronas have become the symbol of the city of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Both towers have a height of 425 meters and 88 floors. The towers, which began in 1998 and ended in 2004, cost $ 1.6 billion. Both towers have a total of 78 lifts and are connected to the lower floors by the Syrian shopping center and connected poly-classes 41 and 42 from above. Edited

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Jin Mao Tower Edited @ 3 years ago

The 421-meter skyscraper is located in Shanghai, China, and has 88 floors. The credit spent on building the Jin Mao Tower was $ 530 million and was built on an area of 24 thousand square meters. Still, parts of this tower are increasing, which could lead to the rise of Jin Mao's skyscraper. Edited

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Greenland Business Center Nanjing Edited @ 3 years ago

Greenland Skyscraper is located in Nanjing, China, 450 meters high and 89 floors. The cost of the project is $ 375 million, with a view of the 2 lakes of the city. The construction of the Greenland Tower was completed in 2010, with a large number of offices, stores, restaurants and hotels in the upper floors. Edited

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Guangzhou International Trade Center Edited @ 3 years ago

The Guangzhou Tower is located in China, and is 438 meters high. The construction of this 103-story skyscraper costs $ 1.2 billion, and by 2016 its tower is to be inaugurated. The first to sixty sixth floors of the hotel and administrative offices, 67 and 68 are the mechanical equipment of the tower, 69 to 99 four-star hotels and 99-100 floors for the balcony. Edited

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