PLACES TO DODGE IF YOU ARE AFRAID OF HEIGHTS
Added on: 31st Mar 2016
TRUMP TOWER (UNITED STATES)
Height: 423 metres (1,389ft)
Although Donald Trump announced in 2001 that it would be
the tallest building in the world, after 9/11 he scaled
back the building plans.
432 PARK AVENUE (UNITED STATES)
Height: 426 metres (1,397ft)
The second tallest building in New York City, it is also the
third tallest building in the United States.
MARINA 101 (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES)
Height: 427 metres (1,399ft)
Although construction is still finishing up, before long this
will be the tallest residential building in the world and
the second tallest in the UAE.
GUANGZHOU INTERNATIONAL FINANCE CENTRE
Height: 438.6 metres (1,439ft)
Part of the Guangzhou Twin Towers, its twin is still under
Height: 442 metres (1,449ft)
The tallest building ever designed by a British architect, the
KK100 joined Shun Hing Square as one of the world’s
WILLIS TOWER (UNITED STATES)
Height: 442 metres (1,450ft)
Formerly known as the Sears Towers, upon completion in 1973
it surpassed the World Trade Centre as the tallest building
in the world. Today it is the second tallest building in the
ZIFENG TOWER (CHINA)
Height: 450 metres (1,476ft)
The Zifeng Tower is the tallest in Nanjing and the tallest in China.
PETRONAS TOWERS (MALAYSIA)
Height: 452 metres (1,483ft)
From 1998 to 2004 they were the tallest buildings in the world
and are still the tallest twin towers.