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Burj Khalifa (Dubai)

With a name meaning `Khalifa Tower`, this is currently the tallest building in the world with 160 floors, a total height of 828 m.

How to explore the tallest building in the world

Burj Khalifa (Dubai)

With a name meaning `Khalifa Tower`, this is currently the tallest building in the world with 160 floors, a total height of 828 m.

How to explore the tallest building in the world

10 tallest buildings in the world

Shanghai Tower (China)

Completed in 2013, Shanghai Tower is the city’s office, entertainment, entertainment, hotel and shopping center on the banks of the Huangpu River.

Shanghai Tower (China)

Completed in 2013, Shanghai Tower is the city’s office, entertainment, entertainment, hotel and shopping center on the banks of the Huangpu River.

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Abraj Al-Bait Clock Tower (Saudi Arabia)

This is probably the most unique skyscraper among the 10 tallest buildings in the world as its appearance looks quite modest compared to other candidates in the top 10. This government building was completed in 2012.

Abraj Al-Bait Clock Tower (Saudi Arabia)

This is probably the most unique skyscraper among the 10 tallest buildings in the world as its appearance looks quite modest compared to other candidates in the top 10. This government building was completed in 2012.

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Ping An International Financial Center (China)

Although it is the 4th tallest building in the world, the Binh An Financial Building is only the 2nd highest in China with a height of 599 m and 115 floors.

Ping An International Financial Center (China)

Although it is the 4th tallest building in the world, the Binh An Financial Building is only the 2nd highest in China with a height of 599 m and 115 floors.

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Lotte World Tower (Korea)

Built in 2016, the Lotte building in Seoul is known as the `crown jewel of Korea` with a height of 554 m.

Lotte World Tower (Korea)

Built in 2016, the Lotte building in Seoul is known as the `crown jewel of Korea` with a height of 554 m.

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1 WTC (USA)

1 WTC, also known as Freedom Tower, located in New York, is currently the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere and ranked 6th in the top 10 tallest buildings in the world (541 m).

1 WTC (USA)

1 WTC, also known as Freedom Tower, located in New York, is currently the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere and ranked 6th in the top 10 tallest buildings in the world (541 m).

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Guangzhou CTF Financial Center (China)

Completed in 2016, the 530 m high Guangzhou CTF financial building is a multi-functional space including shopping centers, offices, apartments… 103 floors divided into different areas, from the 1st floor

Guangzhou CTF Financial Center (China)

Completed in 2016, the 530 m high Guangzhou CTF financial building is a multi-functional space including shopping centers, offices, apartments… 103 floors divided into different areas, from the 1st floor

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Tianjin CTF Financial Center (China)

A functional building completed in 2019 in Tianjin, Tianjin CTF Financial Center has a total height of 530 m with 98 floors.

Tianjin CTF Financial Center (China)

A functional building completed in 2019 in Tianjin, Tianjin CTF Financial Center has a total height of 530 m with 98 floors.

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China Zun (China)

China Zun is another name for CITC Tower, the tallest building in Beijing completed in 2018 with a height of 528 m.

China Zun (China)

China Zun is another name for CITC Tower, the tallest building in Beijing completed in 2018 with a height of 528 m.

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Taipei 101 (Taiwan)

Taipei 101 Tower is a financial center that held the title of tallest building in the world from 2004 (509 m), until Khalifa Tower was inaugurated in 2009. Acts as a symbol of a

Taipei 101 (Taiwan)

Taipei 101 Tower is a financial center that held the title of tallest building in the world from 2004 (509 m), until Khalifa Tower was inaugurated in 2009. Acts as a symbol of a

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