Milad Tower

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Milad Tower is a radio and television tower. It is in the northwest of Tehran, the capital of Iran. This tower is the tallest tower in Iran with a height of 435 metres (1,427 feet).[1] Milad Tower is the sixth tallest radio and television tower in the world. Milad Tower is the nineteenth tallest single structure in the world. This tower is the first among all radio and television towers in the world. Milad Tower is visible almost everywhere in Tehran due to its great height. So, it is considered a symbol of the capital of Iran. Some believe that engineers built the tower on the fault system of West Town.

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  1. "Milad Tower: The Tallest Tower in Iran - Tourism news". Tasnim News Agency. Retrieved 2020-06-06.