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Saturday, 25 June 2011

Taipei Financial Center

101 described the 1,671 ft (509 m) to reach high, Taipei 101, also known as Taipei Financial Center, has become the world's tallest building when it was completed in 2003.

CY Lee & Partners, multi-use skyscraper steel - glass and soaring platform based on a traditional Chinese pagoda with eight echoes stories (that a large number of prosperous growth in Chinese is a homophone) of the eight categories, and headed up the tower and spire designed by. A 18-inch (5.5 m), 882 tons (800 metric tons), ball-shaped damper located near the top during earthquakes and typhoons swaying counteracts. Source: Columbia Encyclopedia.

Fun fact: From 6:00 pm to 10:00 PM every night, is Taipei 101 in one of seven colors of the spectrum lights are bright.



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