Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Burj Dubai, the World’s tallest tower, now comprises of hundred floors

The World’s tallest tower, Burj Dubai, attained hundred floors, thereby being the sixth to touch the milestone scaling of 347.3 meters. Burj Dubai, is also one among the thirty eight structures of the world with a height of more than three hundred meters. Burj Dubai, is now higher than the other three constructions in the region – the Emirates Towers Hotel (309 mts), Burj Al Arab (321 meters) and Saudi Arabia (302 meters)

The other structures in the world to cross hundred storeys are John Hancock Center, Chicago (100), Taipei 101 (101), Seas Tower in Chicago (110 floors), Empire State Building in New York (102) and Ryugyong Hotel in North Korea (105).

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