The Worlds 5 tallest buildings


There are 5 wonderful buildings in the world whose artisanship and architecture attracts people all over the world. Let’s know about 5 such wonderful buildings in the world …

Burj Khalifa, Dubai

The Burj Khalifa is the tallest building in the world. This building was built in Dubai at a cost of $ 8 billion. The height of this building is 2,717 feet. It was inaugurated on January 4, 2010. There are a total of 162 stories in this building. It has all the facilities including the swimming pool, shopping system, office, cinema house. A mosque has also been built on its 76th floor. The Burj Khalifa building can be clearly seen from 96 kilometers away. The lift in it is the fastest running elevator in the world.

Shanghai Tower, China

Shanghai Tower is a skyscraper building located in Pudong district of Shanghai city of China. This building was completed on September 6, 2015. There are 121 stories in this building. Shanghai Tower’s height is 2,073 feet. This is a mixed building inside which there are hotels, offices, conference rooms, and shopping malls. It is the first in China and the second tallest building in the world.

Mecca Royal Clock Tower, Saudi Arabia

This tower is in the famous city of Saudi Arabia. The height of the Mecca Royal Clock tower is 1,972 feet and it is the third largest building in the world. The Mecca Royal Clock Tower was built in 2011 and its second name is Aroz al-Bait Tower. The Mecca Royal Clock Tower has 120 floors.

World Trade Center, America

This building was in the US New York City. Its height was 1,776 feet. But on September 11, 2001, the World Trade Center was attacked by al-Qaeda due to which the building was damaged. This multipurpose building, known as the world’s largest business center, was built by the World Trade Center in 1973 at a cost of $ 75 million. It was a herd of seven buildings that were designed by the famous Minoru Yamasaki and Emery Roth architects.

Taipei 101, Taiwan

Taipei 101 is a skyscraper in Taipei, the capital of Taiwan. Taipei 101 was inaugurated in 2004. It has 101 floors and its height is 1,671 feet.