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THE WORLD'S TALLEST BUILDING IS ABOUT TO BE COMPLETED! COST NEARLY $ 1.5 BILLION

Burj Khalifa, which has always been called the world's tallest building, is world-renowned for its height of 828 meters and a cost of 1.5 billion US dollars. However, after the completion of this tall building, Burj Khalifa can only be ranked second. This tower has a very loud name-Kingdom Tower. Once it is completed, it will replace Burj Khalifa as the world's tallest building.


The height of Kingdom Tower is nearly 1,000 meters, more than 100 meters more than Burj Khalifa. The difficulty of construction represented by this middle span is unimaginable. The cost of the entire high-rise building is nearly 200 billion yuan, and it is difficult to imagine what kind of economic strength is necessary to afford such a high cost. Kingdom Tower is located in Saudi Arabia, and as an oil-rich country, it is reasonable to use 200 billion to build the world's tallest building. Although it has not been fully completed, you can already see its general appearance.


The configuration of the entire building, including materials, architects, designers, etc., belongs to the top category in the world. The functions of this high-rise building are also readily available. Almost all the necessary functions of high-end buildings can now be found here, as well as many advanced and rare cutting-edge technologies. Outside the 157th floor of the building, a world's largest viewing platform was also purposely built. Try to think about it in your mind. You are standing at a height of thousands of meters, surrounded by clouds of smoke. You look down, a vast land. What kind of experience will this be? 

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