BABEL IN SĂNG AIA SANG ZAWK AN SA LEH TA!
Siamtu hi chuan ama anpui ngeia mihring a lo siam ta kher kher leh a rilru-ah duhthlan theih zalenna, free will a lo dah palh kher kher kha chu inchhir chang a ngah ve khawpin ka ring thin a. Eden huan atangin a hnawtchhuak, tui a lettir, Sinar phai zawla Babel in sang an sak laiin țawng an inhriat tawn theih tawh lohna turin an țawng a zuk tihhransak ta a, lei chung zawng zawng chuan a tidarh ta bawk a. Chuti chung chuan mihring chuan sual a sim duh tlat lo va, tunah pawh leirawhchan mai ni lovin Babel insang aia sang fe fe tam tak khawvel ram hrang hrangah an sa mup mup leh tawh a, țawng ni se Sap țawng kan hmangho leh thei ta vek bawk a nih hi.
Aigupta lal Pharoah Khufu thlan atana an siam
Great Pyramids of Giza, metre 145- sang, kum 4000 lai khawvela sang ber niha lo hauh tawh chu kum zabi 14-na a Lincoln Cathedral, meter 160- sang khan a rawn khum ta kha a ni a.
Kum zabi 20-na leh 21-na a lo thlen meuh chuan thiamna a lo sang zel a, Saudia Arabia ram Jeddah khuaa an sak mek
Kingdom Tower phei chu kum 2020-a an zawh hun chuan Km khat leh a chan ve ( to be precise 1,600 meters) aia sang a ni dawn a ni.
Bible-a Babel in sang an sakna hmun Sinar hi tuna Kingdom of Tower an sakna hmun Saudi Arabia ram vel hi a ni lo ang tih tunge sawi thei?
The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) chuan Megatall buildings a tih chin a bithliah fel ta a, 600 meters (1,968 feet) aia sang building te hi Megatall building a tih chu a ni a, chutiang building 24 leh an thlalak, a satu, khawi ram leh kuaah te nge an awm tihte chanchintar.com-ah hian seng luh a ni ta e.
1.The Tower, Dubai, United Arab Emirates – A new megatall skyscraper will dominate the Dubai skyline. Currently unnamed — ‘The Tower’, as it’s being referred to by its developers for now — will be built on the Dubai Creek Harbour, and will be 100m taller than Dubai’s Burj Khalifa — a skyscraper that is currently the tallest building in the world. Megatall buildings are defined by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) as a builidng over 600 meters (1,968 feet) in height. Height: 928m (3,044ft) Architect: Santiago Calatrava
2.The Tower, Dubai, UAE – The expected completion date for the structure is 2020. Height: 928m (3,044ft) Architect: Santiago Calatrava
3 The Tower, Dubai, UAE – The building will hold ten observation decks in its oval-shaped peak. One deck will offer a 360-degree view of the city. Height: 928m (3,044ft) Architect: Santiago Calatrava
4 The Burj Khalifa, Dubai, UAE – Currently world’s tallest building, since it was completed in 2010, is the Burj Khalifa. It stands a massive 198 meters (650 feet) above its nearest competitor.
Height: 828m (2717ft) 163
Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill
Jeddah Tower, Saudi Arabia – Another threat to the Burj Khalifa’s tallest building title is the Jeddah Tower in Saudi Arabia. The tower is currently under construction and due to top out at 1,000 meters at a cost of $1.23 billion.
Height: 1,600m (5,250ft)
Architect: Kohn Pefersen Fox Associates and Leslie E Robertson Associates
6 Sky Mile Tower, Tokyo, Japan – In Feburary, a proposal for a mile-high tower in Tokyo was revealed. Height: 1,600m (5,250ft) Architect: Kohn Pefersen Fox Associates and Leslie E Robertson Associates
Sky Mile Tower, Tokyo, Japan – The 1,600 meter tower is part of a future city concept named “Next Tokyo 2045,” which envisions a floating mega-city in Tokyo Bay. Height: 1,600m (5,250ft) Architect: Kohn Pefersen Fox Associates and Leslie E Robertson Associates
Undershaft, London, UK – In December 2015, plans were unveiled for the 1 Undershaft — a 300m tall building that could become the City of London’s tallest building. Height: 300m (984ft) Floors: 73 Architect: Aroland Holdings
Undershaft, London, UK – 1 Undershaft will sit across the river from London’s tallest building, The Shard, which is 9.6 meters taller. Height: 300m (984ft) Floors: 73 Architect: Aroland Holdings
432 Park Avenue, New York, U.S. – 432 Park Avenue, the tallest all-residential tower in the western hemisphere, opened its doors in December 2015, recently became the hundredth supertall building in the world. Height: 425.5m (1396ft) Floors: 85 Architect: Rafael Vinoly, SLCE Architects, LLP
Shanghai Tower, Shanghai, China – Completed in 2015, Asia’s tallest building surpasses the Shanghai World Financial Center and the Jin Mao Tower in Shanghai’s Pudong district. Estimated to cost $2.4 billion, its completion marked the end of a project in the financial district stretching back to 1993. Height: 632m (2073ft) Floors: 128 Architect: Jun Xia, Gensler
Mecca Royal Clock Tower Hotel, Mecca, Saudi Arabia – Situated close to the Grand Mosque of the holy city of Mecca, the tower complex is one part of the $15 billion King Abdulaziz Endowment Project, seeking to modernize Mecca and accommodate the ever-growing number of pilgrims. Height: 601m (1972ft) Floors: 120 Architect: Dar Al-Handasah Architects
One World Trade Center, New York, U.S. – Known as the “Freedom Tower,” One World Trade Center stands on part of the site previously occupied by the Twin Towers. It’s the highest building in the western hemisphere, and cost $3.9 billion according to Forbes.
Taipei 101, Taipei, Taiwan – The first skyscraper to break the half-kilometer mark, the world’s tallest building between March 2004 and March 2010 is also one of the greenest — certified LEED platinum in 2011. Designed to withstand the elements, including typhoons, earthquakes and 216 km/h winds, Taipei 101 utilizes a 660-tonne mass damper ball suspended from the 92nd floor, which sways to offset the movement of the building. Height: 508m (1667ft) Floors: 101 Architect: C.Y. Lee & Partners
SHANGHAI, CHINA – JULY 27, 2008:(CHINA OUT) A view of Shanghai world financial center(left), which will open to the visitors in Shanghai, China.(Photo by Zhu Lan/ChinaFotoPress/Getty Images)394377221
. International Commerce Center, Hong Kong, China – Hong Kong’s tallest building has 108 floors — but walking around it, you’d get a different story. The city’s tetraphobia — the fear of the number four — means floors with the number have been skipped, and the International Commerce Center is marketed as a 118-story skyscraper. Height: 484m (1588ft) Floors: 108 Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox
Petronas Towers 1 and 2, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – The joint eighth highest completed skyscraper is still the tallest twin towers in the world. Finished in 1996 and inaugurated in 1999, it’s been the site of numerous hair-raising stunts. Felix Baumgartner set a then-BASE jump world record in 1999 by jumping off a window cleaning crane, and in 2009 Frenchman Alain Robert, known as “Spiderman,” freeclimbed to the top of Tower Two without safety equipment — and did so in under two hours. Height: 451.9m (1483ft) Floors: 88 Architect: Cesar Pelli
Zifeng Tower, Nanjing, China – The architects behind the Burj Khalifa are also responsible for the world’s tenth tallest building. Skidmore, Owings & Merrill’s Zifeng Tower in Nanjing completed in January 2010 and sits just above the Willis Tower (previously the Sears Tower) in the rankings, eclipsing the SOM-designed Chicago icon by a mere 7.9 meters (26 ft). Height: 450m (1476ft) Floors: 66 Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill
Lotte World Tower, Seoul, South Korea – Completed in March 2016, the Lotte World Tower is Seoul’s first supertall skyscraper, and is currently the sixth tallest building in the world. Height: 556 meters (1824 feet) Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
Changsha IFS Tower, Changsha, China – A hotel and office hybrid, this straightforward supertall building by Wong Tung & Partners in Hunan Province’s booming capital city is expected to be completed by 2017. Height: 452 metres (1,482 ft) Architect: Wong Tung & Partners
Suzhou IFS, Suzhou, China – The Suzhou IFS is two meters shy of the Changsha tower. Height: 450 meters (1476 feet) Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
World One, Mumbai, India – The World One skyscraper in Mumbai will be as tall as the Willis Tower, the second tallest building in North America, and will be one of the world’s tallest residential structures. Height: 442 meters (1450 feet) Architect: Pei Cobb Freed & Partners
Nanning Logan Century 1, Nanning, China – This design mimics and simplifies the neo-Gothic spires of an earlier skyscraper boom, à la the Woolworth and Empire State Buildings. Height: 383 meters (1,257 ft) Architect: Dennis Lau & Ng Chun Man Architects & Engineers
Three Sixty West Tower B, Mumbai, India – Kohn Pedersen Fox is back with this 90-story residential building. Zigzagging cuts in the curtain-wall break up the monotony of yet another boxy tower. Height: 372 metres (1,220 ft) Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox