1. Taipei 101, Taiwan
2. Petronas Towers, Malaysia
3. Sears Tower, USA
4. Jin Mao Tower, China
5. Two International Finance Centre, China
6. CITIC Plaza, China
7. Shun Hing Square, China
8. Empire State Building, USA
9. Central Plaza, China
10. Bank of China, China
In 1895 Wembley become home to London's own short lived, Eiffel Tower. During a trip to France in 1889, Sir Edward Watkin, Chairman of the Metropolitan Railway, became greatly impressed with the newly built Eiffel Tower, and wanted to build an even taller tower on land he owned in Wembley Park. Sir Watkin wanted Gustave Eiffel, the engineer behind the Eiffel Tower, to build the Wembley Tower, ...
3D Dirigible number 6 of Santos-Dumont near Eiffel Tower - 1901.
Alberto Santos-Dumont was an important early pioneer of aviation.
Although he was born, grew up, and died in Brazil, his contributions to aviation were made while he was living in France.
On October 19, 1901 he won the Deutsch de la Meurthe prize of 100,000 francs for flying his dirigible Number 6 fro...
With 2 million visitors the first year and almost 6 million people a year today, the Eiffel Tower is a real crowd pleaser. At the crossroads of the entire world, more than 200 million visitors have come since its construction. At 300 metres (320.75m including antenna), and 7000 tons, it was the world's tallest building until 1930.
Yellow Crane Tower is an historic tower, often rebuilt, that stands on Snake HillYellow Crane Tower itself is a famous tower at the bank of Yangtze River in the city of Wuhan, central China. Tourists can obtain a fine view of the Yangtze River from the top of the tower. Yellow Crane Tower is considered one of the Four Great Towers of China.