Top 5 Humongous Buildings You'll Ever See!

These are some of the tallest skyscrapers ever built. THEY are the pride of their nations and engineering marvels in their own right. Have a look:

Burj Khalifa


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This tallest structure was once called as the Burj Dubai, but it was only before its inauguration. It has 163 floors and a height of 2,717 feet tall, and is the tallest building in the world. This building has residential areas, business offices and shopping centers all encompassed into one. The Burj Khalifa is an engineering and structural marvel.

Shanghai Tower


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Its construction began in 2008 and completed in 2013 and the exterior looks were final by 2015. It has a total of 1,100 parking spaces and 320 hotel rooms. The structure has a fascinating view of the unique Shanghai skyline. It is one of the tallest in China and needless to say, the world. It is a marvel of modern man made wonders.

Abraj Al Bait


By Al Jazeera English c/o: Fadi El Benni [CC BY-SA 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons
It is a govt owned property in the sacred city of  Mecca in Saudi Arabia. These towers form a part of the endowment project of King Abdulaziz which has the goal of uplifting the city in keeping with the visits of thousand of pilgrims in a given year. The building was planned to be 734 m (2,408 ft) tall in 2006. In 2009, it was published that the final height would be 601 m (1,972 ft). For tips and tricks on DNS protection and network up gradation, visit IPV6 adoption

Ping An Finance Center


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The building highlights a meeting focus, inn, and retail spaces inside a top of the line shopping center. It is additionally the home of its namesake, Pang An Insurance. The building utilizes a sum of 33 twofold decker lifts to get to its 115 stories. Initially, the building outlines required the incorporation of a reception apparatus, despite the fact that this arrangement was in the end canceled referring to worries of flight impedance.

Guangzhou CTF Finance Centre


By Kevin Ho [CC BY-SA 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

It is also known as east tower. It is a skyscraper like no other and has been used for multiple purposes from sight seeing to office spaces to residential area allocation. Also, it holds on of the fastest elevators in the world, owing to its exceptionally tall height. It is the tallest completed building in Guangzhou, the third-tallest in China, and the seventh-tallest in the world.