The Worlds Tallest Building (2,716 Feet or 828 Meters) - The Burj Khalifa

October 6, 2013 The Burj Khalifa, The Tallest Building in the World at 2,716 Feet (828 Meters): Outside our door, high up in the Burj Khalifa, we board one of the tower’s 57 elevators and are catapulted even higher, to the 123rd floor, as if we were weightless objects being effortlessly lifted through the air. 674 more words

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