5 tallest buildings in the world competing for the skies!

01. Burj Khalifa, United Arab Emirates

By far the tallest building in the world, located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, is known as the Burj Khalifa. Construction started in 2004 and finished in 2008. The 163-storey building, which covers an area of 3,34,000 square meters, is 2717 feet high. The building has 30,000 people, 9 hotels and shopping malls. There are 57 elevators and 8 escalators for movement. The huge artificial lake was built in front of the building.

02. Shanghai Tower, China

Not only will the beauty of this skyscraper in Shanghai Shanghai fascinate you, but one more thing is the beauty of its construction. It turned 120 degrees from the ground to the top and the whole building was covered with glass. Construction of the building began in 2006 and finished in 2014. The height of its building is 2073 feet. The 128-story building is being used as an office and hotel. There are interesting observation decks. Built in green architecture technology, the building has wind turbines and rainwater harvesting systems.

03. Abraj Al Bayt Clock Tower, Saudi Arabia

The third tallest building in the world, built in 2012 in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, is known as the Abraj al-Bayt or the Royal Clock Tower of Mecca. The building is 1972 feet high, surrounded by some smaller buildings. The special feature of this building is that it is here that the largest clock in the world has been installed. The 120-storey building houses a hotel, conference center, moon monitoring center, Islamic museum and mosque, where you can pray 10,000 mosques simultaneously.

04. Ping An Finance Center, China

Construction of the world's fourth-tallest building was completed in 2017. The building began in November 2009. Made in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, China, this skyscraper has a height of 1965 feet. The 115-storey, 4,62,000-square-meter building contains conference centers, hotels and shopping malls. The observation deck, built at 1804 feet high, is attended by 9,000 visitors daily. And there are 33 double-decker elevators used for transportation.

05. Lotte World Tower, South Korea

The World Tower is the 5th largest in the South Korean lot and the country's tallest building, completed in March 2016. Its height is 1819 feet. The 123-story building, which began construction in March 2011, took 13 years to prepare. The building has offices, hotels, shops and studio apartments. At 1633 feet, there is an observation deck from which visitors can view the magnificent view of Seoul. The world's fastest elevator has been used in this building. The building will be able to digest a magnitude 9 earthquake on a Richter scale, its makers said.

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