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City of Capitals


Height: 302m
Location: Moscow
Year: 2010
City of Capitals Tower

Gran Torre Santiago


Height: 300m
Location: Santiago de Chile
Year: 2013
Gran Torre Santiago

City of Capitals vs Gran Torre Santiago


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City of Capitals Tower

City of Capitals

Height

302m
Floors76
Year2010
CityMoscow

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The City of Capitals (Russian: ????? ??????, tr.

Gorod Stolits) is a mixed-use complex composed of two skyscrapers and an office building located on storyline 9 at the Moscow International Business Center in Moscow, Russia with a complete area of 288,680 square metres (3,107,300 sq ft). The two skyscrapers are named after both historical capitals of Russia: Moscow and Saint Petersburg. Construction of the complex began in 2005, with the office building completed in 2008 and both skyscrapers finished in 2009.



Moscow Tower is the taller of the two skyscrapers, with a height of 301.6 metres (990 ft) and 73 stories, exceeding the Naberezhnaya Tower as the tallest building in Russia and Europe in 2008, until it was surpassed by The Shard at London, United Kingdom at 2012. St. Petersburg Tower has a height of 256.9 metres (843 ft) and 65 tales while the office building serves as a stylobate having a height of 76 metres (249 ft) with 18 floors.

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Gran Torre Santiago

Gran Torre Santiago

Height

300m
Floors64
Year2013
CitySantiago de Chile

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The Costanera Center Torre 2, better known as Gran Torre Santiago (Great Santiago Tower), and Formerly known as Torre Gran Costanera, is a 62-story tall skyscraper in Santiago, Chile, the second tallest in Latin America.

It is the fourth-tallest building in the Southern hemisphere by highest architectural feature (supporting New Zealand's Sky Tower, Australia's Q1 Tower and Australia 108) and third-tallest by highest occupied floor (after Australia's Australia 108 and Eureka Tower). It was designed by Argentine architect C├ęsar Pelli, Chilean architects Alemparte Barreda & Asociados, and from the Canadian firm Watt International.

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