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Tallest building in the world 2013

Burj Khalifa Dubai

The Burj Khalifa old name is Burj Dubai, (Burj mean Tower). Burj Khalifa is the tallest building in the world, Height of the Burj Khalifa is 2,723 Feet with Floors 163, and construction work is completed in five years. And Burj Khalifa start’s in 2010

Makkah Royal Clock Tower Hotel

An attempt to update this Great Holy city, the Paradise Makkah Royal Hotel Clock Tower is the tallest hotel on earth, along with the tallest clock-tower and containing the globe’s biggest clock-face. It appears at 1,972 feet high and has a huge 120 floors.

One World Trade Center: New York,

Called both the Freedom Tower and One World Trade Center, One World Trade Center building will increase 104 floors high after its completion in 2013. It will then be the tallest Tower in the western Hemisphere. Its spire will expand its height to 1,776 feet, referencing 1,776, the year of united state of American Independence.

Taipei 101 Taipei, Taiwan

With five underground floors and 101 top floors, the Taipei 101 building rises to a huge total of 1,669 feet. It’s also the biggest environment conscious skyscraper on the earth, and is often where Taiwan releases its fireworks during national Celebrations.

Shanghai World Financial Center

Official Name of the building is Shanghai World Financial Center. Building Construction start in 1997 and construction completed in 2008, Building Height: Architectural 492.0 meter / 1614 feet Floors above the Ground 101 and underground 3 floors.

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