World’s Tallest Buildings
5 Tallest Buildings, It is your own fun to roam, live at a very high altitude from the ground, know about the 5 tallest buildings in the world and the beautiful views you see from there.It is a thrill to go downstairs to the top floor of high-rise buildings. And it is also a fear to look down from such a height.It is a thrill to go downstairs to the top floor of high-rise buildings. And it is also a fear to look down from such a height. People are surprised to see such tall buildings. These buildings above ten floors are called sky scraper. Whether people live in these multi-storey buildings, have an office or a mall, they will call it a sky scraper.
September 3 is World Skyscrapers Day. The world’s first sky scraper building was Chicago’s home insurance building. So let’s tell you about some special skyscrapers (tall buildings) on Skyscrapers Day. Today there are many famous tall buildings in the world that people go to see. Today we will tell you every details about these sky scraper, trying to touch the sky.
Built in the year 2010, Burj Khalifa is the world’s tallest building in Dubai. This building of Dubai, which has named the world’s tallest building, is the finest combination of visionary ideas and science. Apart from this, the title of the world’s tallest freestanding building, the fastest and tallest lift, the tallest mosque, the tallest swimming pool and the tallest restaurant is also named after Burj Khalifa.
It is 828 meters in height,almost a kilo meter tall, and has 163 floors. Construction of the building began in 2004 and was officially inaugurated in 2010. The building in Dubai’s downtown was opened to the public in 2010. It was named after UAE President Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan. It is a fine example of Islamic architecture. It has 30 acres of lake in addition to home office shopping mall hotel. The construction of this building cost about 97 billion rupees.
Built in 2015 in Shanghai, China, this building is 632 meters long and has 128 floors. The Shanghai tower cost about $ 2.4 billion to build. The construction of this building started in 2008. Its design has been designed by American company Gensler.
Concerns of its subsidence were revealed last year after cracks appeared on the ground near the building. China’s Shanghai Tower is about 200 meters smaller than the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai.
Royal Clock Tower Hotel:
Abraaj al-Bat is also known as Tower Clock in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. It is a 601 meter high building. It was formed in the year 2012. On the 120th floor above this building, a German architect company has built a clock tower.
One World Trade Center:
The observation deck of the One World Trade Center, which replaced the biggest attack in the history of the US, was opened to the media on Thursday. One World is of 104 floors. The deck will be opened to the public on May 29. A view of up to 80 km away from here is visible. From here, New York, Manhattan, the Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, Empire State Building and the Ground Zero Memorial are clearly visible.
The deck has large magnifying glass. This makes the bottom view look better. It takes 47 seconds to get from the building’s ground floor to the deck from a high speed lift. The 541-meter-high trade center in New York in 2014 is the tallest building in the US. It has 104 floors. Its ticket price is 2030 rupees.
Taipei is the largest green building in the world at 509 meters in height with blue-green glass walls in Taiwan. It has also received the Leadership in Energy and Environment Design (LEED) Award. The building, which is 508 meters high and has 101 floors, mostly has offices.