10 World’s Highest Buildings
Architecture can really be pushed to the limit and buildings can be made so crazy that even if you are not that interested in architecture you would still be amazed if you’d look at these buildings.
CN Tower, Toronto, Canada, 553 Meters, built in 1976.
Taipei 101, Taipei, Taiwan 509m, built in 2004.
Shanghai World Financial Center, Shanghai, China 492m, built in 2008.
International Commerce Centre, Hong Kong 484m, built in 2010.
Petronas Towers, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 452m, built in 1998.
Nanjing Greenland Financial Center, Nanjing, China 450m, built in 2010.
Willis Tower, Chicago, United States 442m, built in 1973.
Jin Mao Tower, Shanghai, China 421m, built in 1999.
International Finance Centre, Hong Kong, 415m, built in 2003.