9 high definition photos of the 9 world's tallest skycrapers right now

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Here is the list of the nine tallest skyscrapers on Earth right now, each represented by one large resolution crystal clear photo. Of course, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai is still the tallest with 2,722 feet (828 meters)—649 feet (198 meters) taller than the second, the Shanghai Tower.

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1. Burj Khalifa Dubai, UAE (2,722 ft/828 m).

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2. Shanghai Tower Shanghai, China (2,073 ft/632 m).

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3. Abraj Al-Bait (Makkah Royal Clock Tower) Mecca, Saudi Arabia (1,971 ft/601 m).

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4. One World Trade Center (Freedom Tower) New York City, USA (1,776 ft/546 m).

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5. Taipei 101 Taipei, Taiwan (1,671/509 m).

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6. Shanghai World Financial Center Shanghai, China (1,614 ft/492 m).

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7. International Commerce Center Hong Kong, China (1,588/484 m).

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8. Petronas Towers Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (1,483 ft/452 m each).

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9. Zifeng Tower Nanjing, China (1,476 ft/450 m).

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