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Friday, February 17, 2006

Taipei 101, Taiwan


Taipei 101 has 101 stories above ground (hence the name) and five under ground. The building holds the records for: Ground to structural top: 508 m (1667 ft), a record formerly held by the Petronas Twin Towers at 452 m (1483 ft) Ground to roof: 448 m (1470 ft). Formerly held by the Sears Tower 442 m (1454ft) Ground to highest occupied floor: 438 m (1437 ft). Formerly held by the Sears Tower Elevator speed: 1010 meters/min (37.5 miles/hour) It does not hold the record for: Ground to pinnacle, which is held by the Sears Tower 529 m (1703ft).

Download KMZ here.

4 Comments:

At 4:34 AM, February 18, 2006, Blogger another_javachip said...

These are very impressive structures, but are very difficult to appreciate with the polygon and line colors chosen. Try republishing them with a light polygon color and a dark line color.

 
At 5:34 AM, February 21, 2006, Blogger timpani said...

There is something strange. Each block of Taipei 101 is smaller at the bottom and bigger at the top. you can consult the flash in this page Taipei 101.

 
At 2:38 PM, February 23, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

timpani,

further to your comment the KMZ has been changed.

thanks for spotting that one, it was merely a test to see if anyone would notice, I swear.

Cheers Kiwi!

 
At 3:18 AM, February 26, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

TEHRAN

 

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