THE TOP 18 SKYLINES AROUND THE WORLD

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#1

HONG KONG

Metro/Urban Population: 6.9 Million


Hong Kong has 43 buildings over 200 metres tall,

30 of which were built in the year 2000 or later.

Well, there you go, the proof has been calculated,

the only thing the chinese do slowly is walking!

Hong Kong also has four of the 15 tallest buildings in the world!

WOW!

My opinion, if anyone cares ... besides myself ... is

the chinese are over achievers in art, education, and business,

to make-up for their under-acheivemnts between the sheets!

Now don't get all hostile on me ... it's a FACT!

It's also a fact that they are more respectful to others,

and more loyal to their own family and friends!

Now ... where was I?

OH!
Hong Kong skyline shows a large selection

of distinct sky-reaching towers,

with beautiful night lighting and reflection.

That one building just right of the center of the picture

looks quite interesting, don't you think so too?

This city exemplifies the post-modern skyscraper and skyline.

Finally, the mountain backdrop makes this skyline,

as you can quite clearly see,

the greatest on the planet!




WHAT A CROCK!

Nobody ever wrote a song saying

I LEFT MY HEART IN HONG KONG!


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#2

CHICAGO


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Metro/Urban Population: 9.5 Million


Chicago is the birthplace of the modern skyscraper.

When Chicago built its first steel high-rise in 1885,

it was not the tallest structure in the world

but the first example of a new form of engineering

that would change nearly every city on earth.

Chicago has 19 buildings over 200 metres tall

(three of which are among the top 20 tallest buildings in the world,

including the tallest in North America).

Chicago has some of the finest mid-century architecture

and examples of modern skyscrapers.


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DECEMBER 2ND, 2006

AND IS IT EVER COLD HERE!







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#3

SHANGHAI

Metro/Urban Population: 13.1 Million


Not to be mistaken for a space station,

Shanghai is a real city!

China's biggest and most advanced city,

Shanghai was said to be the most cosmopolitan city

in the beginning of the 20th century,

but lost its glory during the Mao era.

It is now quickly regaining its position

as one of the biggest economic powerhouses in the world

as well as a showcase of modern architecture.


AMAZING!


In Shanghai you find 25 structures

that are over 200 metres tall,

one of which is the insanely tall,

the 468m downtown Oriental Pearl TV Tower.







#4

NEW YORK CITY

Metro/Urban Population: 21.0 Million


New York City has one of the densest and most diverse skylines,

with a huge collection of buildings and building styles.

Thanks to Hollywood's obsession with the city,

it is also the most easily recognizable skyline in the world.

New York City has an amazing 47 buildings over 200 metres,

the most in the world!

The four tallest buildings in NYC

were all built in the early 1930s!

Home of the famous, the Empire State building,

the Statue of Liberty and the United Nations,

New York City is the financial capital

of the western world.

Upon the completion of the new "Freedom Tower",

(built on the old site of the World Trade Centers),

it may rank higher in this list

(depending on how good it looks of course).


AND

as Bette Davis once put it,

at the Hollywood Gold Cup Restaurant,

"IT'S ALSO THE BIGGEST CESSPOOL IN AMERICA!"

What can I say,

The lady often spoke her mind.





#5

TOKYO



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Metro/Urban Population: 32.0 Million


Tokyo is the world's most over-populated city.

Its skyline has a number of unique characteristics

that set it apart from other big city skylines,

among them 15 structures at over 200 metres tall

(including the Tokyo Tower which changes colors every night).


WHAT A GREAT IDEA THAT WAS AND IS!


But because of the density and vast size of the city,

every corner appears to have its own skyline.

With the height restrictions

and the required red lights

that flash atop all mid to tall-sized buildings

make the city look spectacular at night.

Tokyo is filled with neon lighting

and unique, contemporary architecture,

and, like New York City,

is also often portrayed in movies

for its aesthetic and eye-catching cityscapes.

Interesting fact:

Tokyo houses the world's largest fleet of helicopters

to get around town if traffic gets too crazy.


OOOOOOOOOOOOOH ..... I WANT A HELICOPTER TOO!


Sometimes my wings get so tired.




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#6

SINGAPORE

Metro/Urban Population: 3.8 Million


One of the best (urban) planned and cleanliest metropolitan cities in the world,

Singapore looks like an architectural model city come to life.

The buildings cannot be higher than 280 metres

due to air traffic control restrictions,

but that has added a tall (but not too tall)

and consistent building height and space pattern

that makes this skyline unique.

Three buildings are exactly 280 metres tall

and 5 others (8 total) stand at just over 200 metres.

The buildings are mostly light-coloured

and there is a large expanse of greenery

dotted around the city core.




This South-Eastern city is definitely in a league of its own.





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