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The world's 10 most interesting skyscrapers according to

Eva Ledecká
14.May 2019
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Luxury habitable buildings exceeding 100 meters in height grow like mushrooms after the rain. The tallest is still Burj Khalifa in Dubai with its 828 meters. However, Creek Tower competitor is getting built and could be up to 1 kilometer tall. But height does not always decide what is attractive. Introducing the world's most interesting skyscrapers!

1. Burj Khalifa, Dubai, 828 meters

It is the world's tallest building, named after the emirate president. It has a total of 189 floors. More about Burj Khalifa

2. Flame Towers, Azerbaijan, 182 meters

The 3 flame-shaped towers refer to the nickname of Azerbaijan: The Land of Fire. The skyscraper boasts the best lighting in the world. The outside is converted into gigantic screens using over 10,000 powerful LEDs. More about Flame Towers

3. Burj Al Arab, Dubai, 321 meters

Built on an artificial island, the most expensive hotel in the world cannot be reached on foot - people use helicopters, boats or Rolls-Royces. More about Burj Al Arab

Luxusní byt na prodej s terasou a výhledem
Luxusní byt na prodej s terasou a výhledem, Praha 1

4. Big Bend, New York, 600 meters

The world's longest skyscraper is a 1,219-meter long U-shaped construction. More about Big Bend

5. Central Plaza, Hongkong, 374 meters

The only skyscraper in the world known to be built in accordance with the principles of feng shui, it has no sharp corners. More about Central Plaza

6. Aqua, Chicago, 262 meters

On the roof of this skyscraper you will find the largest green terrace in Chicago. The building has the shape of sea waves. More about Aqua

Luxusní vila na prodej, Dolní Měcholupy - 616m
Luxusní vila na prodej, Dolní Měcholupy - 616m, Praha 10

7. The Gherkin, London, 180 meters

With its height of up to 10th in the metropolis, yet the “Gherkin” has become a modern landmark of London, which everyone can safely recognize. More about The Gherkin

8. Trump Tower, New York, 262 meters

One of the many skyscrapers of the US magnate and current President Donald Trump. In 2017, it became a refuge for his family and was given the nickname “White House of the North”. More about the Trump Tower

9. Turning Torso, Sweden, Malmö, 190 meters

The author of the tallest skyscraper in Sweden is the famous Spanish artist Santiago Calatrava. The title came from his sculpture Turning Torso. More about Turning Torso

10. Cocoon Tower, Tokyo, 204 meters

The second highest educational building in the world after the Moscow State University. It houses a fashion, information, technology and medical school. More about Cocoon Tower

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