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10 Breathtaking Buildings Of the Future 12/14/2015 •

10 Breathtaking Buildings Of the Future

Here is the news: we have entered the era of the "megatall" skyscrapers. Burj Khalifa was the first tower that soared over 2,000 ft into the air, so it is also known as the first megatall building in the world. It was opened more than 10 years ago. And you know what? New buildings would keep getting taller!


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