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The highest skyscrapers in Russia are located in Moscow’s International Business Center, also known as Moscow-City. The cluster of skyscrapers stands out clearly on the Moscow skyline, and is set to grow further with the completion of more skyscrapers. The area provides a combination of business activity, luxury apartments and hotels and entertainment.
Moscow-City lies on the Presnenskaya embankment of the Moscow River, west of Red Square. The 76-floor Moscow Tower in the complex was the tallest building in the Commonwealth of Independent States before November 2012, at which point it was surpassed by the Mercury Tower in the same complex.
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Mercury Tower stands at a height of 339 meters comprised of 75
floors, making it 33 meters taller than London’s Shard, which was
opened to the public in February 2013. Moscow-City’s Federation
Tower will also, upon completion, have a spire anticipated to
reach 509 meters, separating the east and west towers, which
would make it the tallest building in Europe.
New York City’s Trump Tower is a 58-storey mirror skyscraper, standing at 202 meters tall at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and 56th Street. It was designed in 1983 as part of a joint project between Trump and the Equitable Life Assurance Company. In 2006, Forbes valued the towers at $318 million.
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