While the longest skyscraper race between the countries is going on, Haberturk.com wondered about the most costly and expensive buildings in the world. Here are some interesting results.
BANK OF CHINA TOWER (1990) – HONG KONG
1 BILLION DOLLAR
Famous for Star Trek and the Transformers series, the 367.4-meter building was once Asia’s tallest skyscraper. It is built on an area of 135 thousand square meters and consists of 72 kattan.
The building, which was on the 43rd floor with a public observation deck, cost $ 1 billion in 1990. Inflation is currently $ 1.86 billion in cash when the account is joined.
TRUMP TAJ MAHAL (1990) – USA
1 BILLION 100 MILLION DOLLARS
Donald Trump’s dream project, the US President Taj Mahal architecture casino and hotel opened in 1990.
There is also a well-established 2000-room hotel in the famous Boardwalk area, which also serves as a lining, and a strip club with many famous brand names and polemic topics. However, the facility closed in 2016 and is for sale now.
AUSTRALIA PARLIAMENT (1988) – CANBERRA
1 BILLION 100 MILLION DOLLARS
Ten thousand workers worked in the parliament, which was opened in 1988 by Queen Elizabeth. At the center of the design, there are two gigantic walls with curves of 460 meters dividing the parliament.
The 32-hectare campus is 107 meters long and has 4700 rooms. Most of the energy is obtained from the Sun. It attracts 1 million visitors every year and contributes to tourism as well.
WEMBLEY STADI (2007) – ENGLAND
1 BILLION 230 MILLION DOLLARS
The 90,000-man stadium, made from 23,000 tons of steel instead of the indispensable mabi old Wembley of England National Team and FA Cup finals, is a perfect technology wonder. It also has a record with 2618 toilet rooms.
The 133-meter arch is the most famous architectural building of the stadium. One-third of the 40,000-square-foot roof can move. Athletics organizations have a platform system that reduces the capacity for concerts to 60 bps.
BURC HALIFE (2010) – UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
1.5 BILLION DOLLARS
The giant skyscraper in Dubai is the longest building in the world at the same time, with a length of 829.8 meters. There are 24 thousand 348 windows in the structure of 161 floors. It is usually used as office, hotel, restaurant.
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