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The strangest buildings in the world

Modern engineering has advanced to a very powerful dimension today. Yes, so we are going to bring you some amazing skyscrapers that will captivate the eyes of the beholders.

01.World Trade Center in New York, USA

Formerly known as the ‘Tower of Independence’, it was built to commemorate the World Trade Center, which was devastated by the devastating 9/11 terrorist attacks. Completed in 2012, the First World Trade Center is currently the tallest building in the United States at 1,776 feet.

02.Tower of Evolution – Moscow, Russia

The 807-foot-tall building was ranked second at the 2015 Emporis Skyscraper Awards as one of the world’s tallest skyscrapers. It has the form of a double helix like a molecule.

03.Agora Tower – Taipei City, Taiwan

Named the “Smoking Tower” of Taiwan, the eco-friendly tower is one of the largest named in the region. Architect Vincent Calebot won a design competition in 2010 for the project. Presents a pioneering concept of sustainable eco-construction. ‚ÄĚThis will definitely help reduce the amount of carbon dioxide in the plant environment.

04.Lakta Building in St. Petersburg, Russia

At 1,516 feet, it is the tallest building in Russia and Europe. This is a one-of-a-kind tower. The concrete curvature of the building’s foundation is also listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the largest continuous concrete curve. This building that has been made is very impressive.

06.Dynamic Tower – Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Every level of this amazing building can be rotated by its occupants, creating the ability to not look the same day by day. Never before has a skyscraper been built, and architect David Fisher says of these buildings: “These buildings, created by time, shaped by life, open our vision to new life everywhere.”

The W350 tower, to be completed in 2041, will be the tallest wooden tower in the world. This structure is designed with nature in mind. People can enjoy the fresh air and even the sunshine inside the building. The aim is to provide the necessary relaxation, warmth and serenity, even in the midst of an urban setting.

07.Grand Lisboa – Macau, China

Taking on the form of an exotic Brazilian helmet with its feathered design, this huge building leaps into the Macau skies, showcasing Macau’s pride to the world, and reflects the Portuguese influence shared by both Macau and South America.

08.Moscow State University – Moscow, Russia

It is the tallest educational building in the world and dates back to 1755. It was renamed Lomonosov University. MSU is a long-standing tradition of academic excellence. Is the oldest and most famous Russian university.

09.Big Bend – New York, United States (proposed)

If the ‘Big Bend’ with 4,000 meters of arches is built, it will be the longest building in the world. It was created by Ionis Oykonomu in an attempt to prevent skyrocketing obstacles in Manhattan.

10.Al Noor Tower – Casablanca, Morocco (proposed)

11.Jeddah Tower – Jeddah, Saudi Arabia (under construction)

The Jeddah Tower, estimated to be completed in 2020, will be the world’s first building to reach a height of 1 km (3,281 ft). The tower was designed to symbolize growth, prosperity and regional emergence. It is a symbol of the economic and cultural level of the kingdom.

12.Government Center – Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

The world’s third-tallest building has a “hole”, and this large opening in the Kingdom Hall is illuminated by constantly changing colors at night. The inverted arch above is described as the “necklace” of the city.

13.Q1 – Gold Coast, Australia

Q1 is recognized as a unique symbol of Queensland’s “outstanding engineering prowess”. It is the sixth tallest residential tower in the world and the tallest tower in Australia and the Southern Hemisphere.