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Dubai World Tower
The Burj Dubai is considered a multi-use skyscraper in the Emirate of Dubai, and it is the tallest building in the world, and it is mentioned that this tower was known during the construction process as the Burj Dubai, but it was named Burj Khalifa in honor of the President of Abu Dhabi Emirate Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, and the tower was opened On January 4, 2010 AD, however, the construction of the interior parts of the tower was not complete, and the tower was designed to include a variety of commercial, residential and hospitality projects, and the tower consists of 162 floors, and the height reaches 828 meters, and its design is attributed to the architectural company ( Skidmore Owings & Merrill), which is based in Chic Goo, and Adrian Smith was the architect of the building, the structural engineer of the tower is the William Baker.
the tallest tower in the world
The Burj Dubai is the tallest building in the world, and it is one of the buildings that were built mainly of steel and concrete, and the building is considered an initiative by the government of the United Arab Emirates; in order to transform the country’s economy from an oil-dependent economy to a country that is based on services and tourism, and Burj Dubai contains 30,000 residences, and these residences are divided into 19 residential towers. The tower also contains an artificial lake, nine hotels and a shopping center.
The best time to visit Burj Al Arab
The period between October and April is the favorite period to visit the Burj Dubai, and perhaps the most important characteristic of the Dubai weather is its high temperature, so the country is witnessing an increase in the number of its tourists and visitors during the winter months, and it is possible to visit Dubai during the summer months to avoid the huge numbers of tourists, but this requires Among the summer visitors, facing the very hot weather, there are many tourist attractions near the Burj Al Arab, including: Mall of the Emirates, Palm Islands, Dubai City Center, and the Gold and Diamond Park.