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Mecca Royal Clock Tower


Height: 601m
Location: Mecca
Year: 2012
Mecca Royal Clock Tower Hotel

Centro de Comercio Internacional


Height: 192m
Location: Bogotà
Year: 1977
Centro de Comercio Internacional
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Mecca Royal Clock Tower
Centro de Comercio Internacional
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Mecca Royal Clock Tower

Mecca Royal Clock Tower Hotel
Mecca Royal Clock Tower
Height601m
Floors120
Year2012
CityMecca

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The Abraj Al-Bait (Arabic: ????? ?????? "Towers of the House (of God, i.e. the Kaaba)") is a government-owned megatall complex of seven skyscraper hotels in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. These towers are a part of the King Abdulaziz Endowment Project that strives to modernize the city in catering to its pilgrims. The central hotel tower, the Makkah Royal Clock Tower, A Fairmont Hotel, has the world's largest clock face and is the third-tallest building and fifth-tallest freestanding structure in the world. The building complex is metres away from the world's largest mosque and Islam's most sacred site, the Great Mosque of Mecca. The developer and contractor of the complex is the Saudi Binladin Group, the Kingdom's largest construction company. It is the world's most expensive building with the total cost of construction equaling US$15 billion. The complex was built after the demolition of the Ajyad Fortress, the 18th-century Ottoman citadel on top of a hill overlooking the Grand Mosque. The destruction of the historically significant site in 2002 by the Saudi government sparked international outcry and a strong response from Turkey.

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Centro de Comercio Internacional

Centro de Comercio Internacional
Centro de Comercio Internacional
Height192m
Floors50
Year1977
CityBogotà

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Centro de Comercio Internacional is an office skyscraper located in Bogotá, Colombia. The building is 190m/623 ft, 50 floors. The building is another neighbor of the second largest skyscraper in Colombia, Torre Colpatria. Located inside this building are some of the offices of Davivienda Bank which recently obtained the rights of the building. When it was built, it was called Centro Las Americas.

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