Abraj Al Bait

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أبراج البيت
General information
StatusMecca, Saudi Arabia
Architectural stylePostmodern
New Classical
Construction started2004
CostUS$15 billion[1]

Abraj Al Bait (Arabic: أبراج البيت‎) is a building in Saudi Arabia. It was considered the world's tallest building from 2004 to 2011. It is used as a clock tower and is 601 meters (1,972 ft) tall.

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  1. https://web.archive.org/web/20160711181631/http://travel.cnn.com/modern-architectural-wonders-middle-east-750096/