Situated in Beijing, China, this supertall skyscraper reaches an impressive height of 528 meters (1,732 feet). Opened in 2018, it stands as a symbol of architectural grandeur in the city skyline.
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In Tianjin, China's Binhai district, this striking structure pierces the sky at a height of 530 meters. This impressive landmark in the heart of Tianjin showcases the city's commitment to architectural innovation and modernity.
In the urban landscape of Guangzhou, Guangdong, China, the East Tower, also known as East Tower, stands proudly at a height of 530 meters. This remarkable structure contributes to the city's skyline, embodying both architectural excellence and modernity.
Once known as the Freedom Tower, the towering structure in Manhattan, New York, rises to a height of 541 meters, or 546 meters to the tip. This gleaming beacon stands as a symbol of resilience and strength, illuminating the New York City skyline
A towering 123-floor skyscraper, reaching an impressive height of 555 meters, graces the skyline of Songpa-gu, Seoul, South Korea. This architectural masterpiece at 300 Olympic-ro stands as a testament to Seoul's modernity and urban sophistication.
In the vibrant city of Shenzhen, Guangdong, China, a magnificent structure stands tall at 557 meters, or 599 meters to the tip. This impressive landmark contributes to Shenzhen's ever-evolving skyline, showcasing the city's architectural prowess and vertical ambition.
In the sacred city of Mecca, Saudi Arabia, a government-owned complex of seven skyscraper hotels, including a notable clock tower, graces the skyline. Soaring to a height of 495 meters, or 601 meters to the tip, this majestic structure stands as a prominent symbol of hospitality and modernity in the heart of Mecca.
Nestled in Lujiazui, Pudong, Shanghai, a remarkable 128-story, 632-meter-tall megatall skyscraper pierces the skyline. Crowned as the tallest building in China and the world's third-tallest by architectural top, this towering structure stands as a testament to Shanghai's architectural ambition and modernity.
Formerly known as Menara Warisan Merdeka, KL 118, and PNB 118, this 118-story megatall skyscraper graces the skyline of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Soaring to a height of 503 meters, or 681 meters at its highest point, this architectural marvel stands tall as a symbol of Malaysia's modernity and urban aspirations.
In Dubai, United Arab Emirates, the world's tallest building standing at an impressive height of 828 meters, or 830 meters to the tip. Boasting more than 160 stories, it holds multiple records, including being the tallest building, tallest free-standing structure, having the highest number of stories, the highest occupied floor, the highest outdoor observation deck, the elevator with the longest travel distance, and the tallest service elevator in the world.