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The ten tallest towers in the world
In the following list, the ten tallest buildings in the world are arranged according to the height of each tower:
The name of the sign
Height of the instrument
Ping tower that the international financial
Lot World Tower
One World Trade Center Tower
CTF Financial Tower
Tianjin CTF Tower
Tapia Tower 101
the tallest tower in the world
The Burj Khalifa is the tallest tower in the world built by man, the tower is located in the United Arab Emirates specifically in the center of Dubai, it is a skyscraper with a height of approximately 828 meters, it was called Burj Dubai and then its name was changed to Burj Khalifa in honor of the ruler of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed, the tower was opened in 2010, the tower was designed by an American company located in Chicago, and the architect Adrian Smith designed the tower, the tower consists of 162 floors, the floors include a group of residential apartments and places of hospitality, and a group of hotels, in addition to projects Commercial, the tower was made of German panels Om steels that are resistant to rust, pipes made of steel, glass Alouah.
The second tallest tower in the world
The Shanghai Tower is the second tallest tower in the world, and one of the tallest towers in China, with a height of about 632 meters. It was started in 2006 AD and was completed in 2014 AD. The American architectural company (Gensler) designed the tower, and the tower includes 121 Floor, and contains 320 hotel rooms, and large parking spaces, and the tower provides a wonderful view of the city of Shanghai.
The third tallest tower in the world
It is also called the clock tower, which is a skyscraper located in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, specifically in Makkah Al-Mukarramah, and it is the third tallest tower in the world, with a height of about 601 meters, it was established in 2012 AD, and it is the largest tower in terms of area In the world, with a land area of approximately 1.5 million square meters, the tower includes a group of hotels that aim to accommodate the numbers of visitors to Makkah Al-Mukarramah, which is intended by a large number of Muslims from all over the world.