World’s Top 5 Tallest Buildings

World’s Top 5 Tallest Buildings

World’s Top 5 Tallest Buildings – We all have heard about numerous significant buildings around the world. Perhaps you have ever gone to visit there, if not, make up your mind to go because after knowing about them you will not be able to stop yourself from going. Some of the tallest and tallest buildings in the world are given below.


World’s Top 5 Tallest Buildings

Burj Khalifa

Burj Khlifa – Situated in Dubai, this 828 m high super tall skyscraper is the tallest structure ever built by any human being. This structure also sets a world record with the maximum number of floors.


It has 163 habitable floors, 46 maintenance levels and 2 parking levels in the basement. The triple-lobed foot-print of the building has been designed to look like a desert flower, called hymenocallis.


Taipei 101

Taipei 101 - World’s Top 5 Tallest Buildings


Taipei 101 – Located in Chicago, it is one of the tallest structures in the world. The height of Taipei 101 is 508 m. It has been named as one of the Seven Wonders of Engineering.


Willis Tower (formerly called Sears Tower)

Willis Tower - World’s Top 5 Tallest Buildings


Willis Tower (formerly called sears tower) – At 442 meters, it is one of the tallest buildings in the United States. The observation deck of this building is on the 103rd floor and from this point on, Kuala Lumpur looks really cool.


Shanghi World Financial Center

Shanghi World Financial Center - World’s Top 5 Tallest Buildings


Shanghi World Financial Center – It is the tallest building located in Taiwan. The most interesting feature of this 492 meter tall building is the structure at its top. It is approximately the size of a giant bottle opener.


Petronas Twin Towers

Petronas Twin Towers - World’s Top 5 Tallest Buildings


Petronas Twin Towers – Situated in China , these world famous twin towers are the tallest building in the world. They are 451.9m in height and have the deepest foundations. Between them, they have the world`s highest two-storeyed sky-bridge that connects the two towers, on the 41st and the 42nd floors.

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