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Almas Tower


Height: 363m
Location: Dubai
Year: 2005
Almas Tower

Ryugyong Hotel


Height: 330m
Location: Pyongyang
Year: 2014
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Ryugyong Hotel
Ryugyong Hotel
Height330m
Floors105
Year2014
CityPyongyang

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The Ryugyong Hotel (Hangul: ????; sometimes spelled as Ryu-Gyong Hotel), or Yu-Kyung Hotel, is an unfinished 105-story, 330-metre-tall (1,080 ft) pyramid-shaped skyscraper in Pyongyang, North Korea. Its name ("capital of willows") is also one of the historical names for Pyongyang. The building is also known as the 105 Building, a reference to its number of floors. The building has been planned as a mixed-use development, which would include a hotel. The building is currently listed by Guinness World Records as being the tallest unoccupied building in the world.Construction began in 1987 but was halted in 1992 as North Korea entered a period of economic crisis after the fall of the Soviet Union. After 1992 the building stood topped out, but without any windows or interior fittings. In 2008 construction resumed, and the exterior was completed in 2011. It was planned to open the hotel in 2012, the centenary of Kim Il-sung's birth. A partial opening was announced for 2013, but this was cancelled. In 2018, a LED display was fitted to one side, which was used to show animation and movie scenes. The building remains unopened.

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Almas Tower

Almas Tower
Almas Tower
Height363m
Floors68
Year2005
CityDubai

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Almas Tower (Arabic: ??? ?????? Diamond Tower) is a 68-storey, 360 m (1,180 ft), supertall skyscraper in the Jumeirah Lakes Towers, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Construction of the office building began in early 2005 and was completed in 2009 with the installation of some remaining cladding panels at the top of the tower. The building was topped out in 2008, and became the tallest building in Dubai until 2009 when it was surpassed by Burj Khalifa.

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