Striving upward through the ages – Egyptian pyramids, medieval Gothic cathedrals, the first skyscrapers of the 19th century, modern skyscrapers . Since humans don't have wings, let's climb higher!
1. Dubai (UAE) is the largest city in the United Arab Emirates, the leader in the number of tallest skyscrapers. The tallest building in the world is located here, of course, the Burj Khalifa, 828 meters high.
2. Tokyo (Japan)
The capital of Japan is home to the tallest TV tower in the world, the second tallest (after Burj Khalifa) building in the world – Tokyo Skytree. The height of the building is 634 meters.
3. Shanghai (China) is the world's largest city by population. This metropolis is home to the third tallest building in the world – the Shanghai Tower, 632 meters high. So that the height does not dizzy, the Shanghai World Financial Center (492 m) and the Jin Mao Tower (421 m) stand nearby
4. New York (USA)
The largest city in the United States is home to the tallest building in the western hemisphere of the Earth – World Trade Center 1, whose height is 541 m (the area of u200bu200bthe building is the same as that of the infamous twin towers built in 1972). The world-famous Empire State Building, 443 m high, built in 1930, is also impressive. The third skyscraper is 432 Park Avenue.
5 . Hong Kong (Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China) is the largest business center in East Asia and around the world, with almost 8,000 high-rise buildings, including more than 1,300 skyscrapers. The tallest building is the International Commerce Center (484 meters high).
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