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Tallest Buildings in the World

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Shun Hing Square
Shenzhen, China

Located in China's Special Economic Zone, Shun Hing Square rises to 1,260 ft (384 m). Its 69 stories include business offices; a 35-story annex includes residential apartments, a parking garage, and a 5-floor shopping mall. Completed in 1996, Shun Hing Square is the tallest steel building in China.

Fun Fact: Shun Hing Square was built at the stunning rate of four stories every nine days.

Photo source: shenzhenphoto.com

Next: Empire State Building
New York


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