The world's tallest skyscraper has finally been unveiled. After £1 billion and over 5 years construction, the Burj Khalifa has broken many records, including the tallest man-made structure, the highest and fastest elevators, not to mention the world's highest swimming pool (76th floor) and world's highest ever mosque (158th floor).
Take a look at the incredible engineering feat's vital statistics before admiring the rest of the architectural wonders by man across the world.
Where: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Height: 828 m (2,717 ft)
No of floors: 162
Use: Office / residential / hotel
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