It is Said Nothing is Impossible , If a Person is Determined ! And These Top 3 Tallest Building of the World Proves this Phrase to be True. Human Beings Has Created Some Unbelievable Tall Building , Check out Top 3 Of the Tallest Building of the World , Below ! .

1. Burj Khalifa

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Location : , Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Height in Ft : 2,717
Height in Meter : 828
Floors : 163
Built In : 2010


Since the completion in 2010, Burj Khalifa claims to be the world’s tallest skyscraper. It stands at 2,717 feet tall and has 163 floors. The building is an example of international cooperation as Skidmore, Owings & Merrill of Chicago designed it, and Samsung C&T of South Korea was responsible for the engineering and construction.

The building is part of the long-standing initiative of the government of the United Arab Emirates to transform the economy from oil-based to more service-oriented and tourism-based. Of course, this was also to gain international recognition in the process. The building is a large-scale, mixed use development that includes 30,000 residences, nine hotels, seven acres of parkland, 19 residential towers, a shopping mall, and a 30-acre man-made lake.

2. Shanghai Tower

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Location : Shanghai, China
Height in Ft : 2,073
Height in Meter : 632
Floors : 128
Built In : 2015


After eight years of construction Shanghai Tower Was Completed in March 2014. It cost $4.2 billion, is 2,073 feet tall, and has 121 floors. It is expected to open to the public next year. The tower is one of three super-tall skyscrapers in the heart of Shanghai’s Luijiazui financial district.

The first of these is the Jin Mao Tower, completed in 1999, and the adjacent one is the Shanghai World Financial Center, completed in 2008. American architectural firm Gensler designed the building to function as a hotel and office. There are a total of 320 hotel rooms and 1,100 parking spaces, and the views of Shanghai from the top floors are said to be unrivaled.

3) Makkah Royal Clock Tower Hotel

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Location : Mecca, Saudi Arabia
Height in Ft : 1,971
Height in Meter : 601
Floors : 120
Built In : 2012

Also known as Abraj Al Bait, the Makkah Royal Clock Tower Hotel is a government-owned building complex in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. Saudi Binladin Group, Saudi Arabia’s largest construction company, built the complex. German architect Mahmoud Bodo Rasch and his firm SL Rasch GmbH designed the clock tower.

The dimensions of the clock face at the very top are 141 feet by 141 feet, making it the largest in the world. It has an incredible number of functions that speak to the culture and society of Saudi Arabia.

The Royal Clock Tower includes residential apartments for permanent residents, hotel rooms for visitors, a conference center, a large prayer room capable of holding more than 10,000 people, a five-story shopping mall, an Islamic Museum, and a Lunar Observation Center to see the moon during the Holy Months. 21,000 white and green lights at the top of the clock flash to signal the time for prayers five times a day, which can be visible as far as 19 miles away. On special occasions, like the New Year, 16 bands of vertical light shoot up into the sky.

Do You KNOW ?

Aside from holding the World Record for being the tallest building in the world, Burj Khalifa holds six other World Records: tallest freestanding structure in the world, highest number of stories in the world, highest occupied floor in the world, highest outdoor observation deck in the world, elevator with longest travel distance in the world, and tallest service elevator in the world.

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