Top 10 Tallest Buildings in the World

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  1. Burj Khalifa (Dubai, United Arab Emirates)
    • Height: 828 meters (2,717 feet)
    • The Burj Khalifa has held the title of the world’s tallest building since 2010. It’s classified as a megatall structure.
  2. Shanghai Tower (Shanghai, China)
    • Height: 632 meters (2,073 feet)
    • The Shanghai Tower is an impressive skyscraper in the heart of Shanghai’s financial district.
  3. Makkah Royal Clock Tower (Mecca, Saudi Arabia)
      • Height: 601 meters (1,971 feet)
      • Also known as the Abraj Al Bait Clock Tower, it’s part of the Abraj Al Bait complex near the Masjid al-Haram.
  4. Ping An International Finance Centre (Shenzhen, China)
    • Height: 599 meters (1,965 feet)
    • This sleek tower is a symbol of Shenzhen’s rapid development.
  5. Lotte World Tower (Seoul, South Korea)

6. One World Trade Center (New York City, United States)

    • Height: 541.3 meters (1,776 feet)
    • Built on the site of the original World Trade Center, it’s a powerful symbol of resilience.

7. CTF Finance Centre (Guangzhou, China)

Guangzhou CTF Finance Centre in 2016.jpg
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8. China Zun (Beijing, China)

      • Height: 528 meters (1,732 feet)
      • Also known as CITIC Tower, it’s a distinctive addition to Beijing’s skyline.

China Zun skyscraper (right) under construction in April 2018.
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9. Tianjin CTF Finance Centre (Tianjin, China)

    • Height: 530 meters (1,739 feet)
    • Another impressive skyscraper in China, located in Tianjin.

Tianjin CTF Finance Centre in 2019.jpg
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10. Vincom Landmark 81 (Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam)

    • Height: 461.2 meters (1,514 feet)
    • The tallest building in Vietnam, it’s a mixed-use development with a shopping center, hotel, and apartments.

The Landmark 81 at night.jpg
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These buildings showcase remarkable engineering and architectural achievements, and they continue to shape the skylines of their respective cities. Which one would you like to visit? Let me know!

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