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Borgund Stave Church


Height: 43m
Location: Borgund
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First Canadian Place


Height: 355m
Location: Toronto
Year: 1975
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Height43m
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CityBorgund

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Borgund Stave Church (Norwegian: Borgund stavkyrkje) is a former parish church of the Church of Norway in Lærdal Municipality in Vestland county, Norway.

The old stave church is located in the village of Borgund. It was the church for the Lærdal parish (which is part of the Sogn prosti (deanery) in the Diocese of Bjørgvin) until 1868 when it was closed and turned into a museum. The brown, wooden church was built in a stave church fashion around the year 1200. It is classified as a triple-nave stave church of the Sogn-type. No longer regularly used for church purposes, it's now a museum run by the Society for the Preservation of Ancient Norwegian Monuments. It was replaced with the'new' Borgund Church in 1868.

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Height355m
Floors72
Year1975
CityToronto

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First Canadian Place (originally First Bank Building) is a skyscraper in the Financial District of Toronto, Ontario, in the northwest corner of King and Bay streets, and serves as the global operational headquarters of the Bank of Montreal.

At 298 m (978 ft), it is Canada's tallest skyscraper and the 15th tallest building in North America to structural top (spires) and 9th highest to the roof top, and the 105th tallest in the world. It's the third tallest freestanding construction in Canada, after the CN Tower (also in Toronto) and the Inco Superstack chimney in Sudbury, Ontario. The building is owned by Brookfield Office Properties, setting it in co-ownership with the neighbouring Exchange Tower and Bay Adelaide Centre as well as various other office areas across Downtown Toronto.

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