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Tallest buildings in the world
This list of the world’s tallest buildings includes only those with continuously occupiable floors, as opposed to non-building structures such as TV towers. Roof or spire height is taken into consideration in this ranking, but not antenna height.
(Correct as of 5 April 2017.)
 Top 50
World’s tallest building 2004 – 2010.
11. Lakhta Center, St. Petersburg, Russia (2018), 462 m , 86 floors.
17. 432 Park Avenue, New York (2015), 425.5 m, 85 floors
39. Aon Center, Chicago, USA (1973), 346.3 m, 83 floors
41. John Hancock Center, Chicago, USA (1969), 343.7 m, 100 floors
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