The world’s largest towers

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Burj Khalifa

Dubai’s Burj Khalifa is the tallest building in the world, with a length of 828 m. It was mainly constructed of steel and concrete, by the same architects who designed other tall buildings in the world, such as the Willis Tower in Chicago and World Trade Center 1 in New York City, and was completed in 2010, and includes apartments, an industrial lake, nine hotels, and a shopping center.

Shanghai Tower

The Shanghai Tower, located in China, is the second largest tower in the world, and the tallest tower in the world in terms of the exploited floors. For observation on the 121st floor at an altitude of 561.3 m. To be the highest in the world, it provides the viewer with a view of the Huangpu River and Lujiazui, and has an elevator that is the fastest in the world moving at a speed of 74 km / h.

The clock tower in Mecca

The height of this tower is 601 m. It is located in the city of Makkah Al-Mukarramah in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and it is considered one of the towers of the house. The moon, used to observe the moon during the month of Ramadan, and the hour above is the largest hour in the world.

Global Lot Tower

This tower is located in Seoul in South Korea, and its construction was completed in 2020, and its length is 555 m. It is the tallest tower in Korea and the sixth tallest tower in the world. It includes a lounge on the 123rd floor of which offers cocktails, coffee, and sweets. It includes 6 floors below Earth, and its surface is designed to withstand tremors up to 9 degrees on the Richter scale.

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