Top 10 Most Famous Towers


The Top Ten

1 Eiffel Tower

Undoubtedly #1 - TheHabsFan

Who doesn't know the Eiffel Tower? - NickelodeonYesAddminNo

It's in Paris, France. Height:
Architectural 300 m (984 ft)
Tip 324 m (1,063 ft)
Top floor 276 m (906 ft) - Metal_Treasure

2 Tower of Pisa

Also known as the leaning tower in Pisa, Italy. It's a freestanding bell tower of the cathedral of the city of Pisa (the lean is the result of an unstable foundation). Height: 56 m - Metal_Treasure

Ooooh my towers leaning mamma mia - lemur

Surprisingly few residents of my country know that we also have our own little leaning tower, a fire tower in Szécsény. - Alkadikce

3 CN Tower

It's in Toronto, Canada. Height: 553 m. The CN Tower has gained several world height records. It held the record for the World's tallest tower for 34 years, from 1975 to 2009, when it was overtaken by the Canton Tower in China.
It's home to the world's highest and largest revolving restaurant (360 Restaurant) - at 351 metres (1,152 ft) that completes a full rotation once every 72 minutes. This Tower also holds the record for the World's highest glass floor paneled elevator, the World Record for the longest metal staircase, and more.
If interested, go to the list Top 10 Interesting Facts About the CN Tower in Toronto, Canada - Metal_Treasure

The main reason it’s famous is becuase it is in Canada. Lucky Canadians have a reason to brag. They don’t have trump - lemur

I truly believe it's famous because it held the record for the World's tallest tower for 34 years, from 1975 to 2009. And not because it is in Canada. - Metal_Treasure

4 Big Ben

I'm not a british person, but hell!...i love this tower! - RW700

Not very big but definitely very famous. - Metal_Treasure

5 Burj Khalifa

I wish I was there

I heard they added a play ground on the roof where you jump off the top then the next one does. Whoever dives the fastest before die wins - lemur

Also the highest - BorisRule

@Metal Treasure thank you for your explanation.

6 Empire State Building

It's a tower building and not exactly a tower - Metal_Treasure

Everybody knows about this tower. - lemur

It’s in New York, USA. Height: 381 m (1250 ft) - Userguy44

7 Tokyo Skytree

It's in Tokyo, Japan. Height: 634 m (completed in 2012). It's different than the Tokyo Tower completed in the 1950s. - Metal_Treasure

8 Canton Tower

Wow so many rainbows

It's in Guangzhou, China. Height: 604 m - Metal_Treasure

9 Ostankino Tower

It's in Moscow, Russia. It is a television and radio tower. Height: 540 m - Metal_Treasure

10 Tower of Babel

Should be higher. Do you guys have any idea how famous this is? - TheHabsFan

Looks like an ancient tower. Wonder how old it is. - Userguy44

Before Jesus, I believe it is around even before the flood is said to have destroyed the sinners. So probably one of the first projects of it's kind, same time span as when Jericho was built. - Stalin

The Newcomers

? The Shard
? Minar-e-Pakistan

Historic tower of world

The Contenders

11 Galata Tower

Thy lied they donut have turkey there they have chicken - lemur

A stone tower in Istanbul, Turkey, built in 1348. Height: 67 meter (220 ft). - Metal_Treasure

12 Space Needle

It's in Seattle, US. Height: 184 m - Metal_Treasure

13 Taipei 101 Tower

Height: 508 m (1667 ft) and it’s in Taipei, Taiwan. It also was the highest building from 2004 to 2010. Also, the elevator moves with a speed of 37.7 mph. - Userguy44

14 Macau Sky Tower

It's in Macau, China. Height: 338 m - Metal_Treasure

15 Twin Towers
16 Pearl Tower

Also known as The Oriental Pearl Tower - it is a Radio & Television tower in Shanghai, China. Height: 467.9 m (1,535 ft) - Metal_Treasure

17 Tokyo Tower

It's taller than the Eiffel Tower and half the weight of the Eiffel Tower.

It's an Eiffel Tower-inspired lattice tower. Height: 333 m. It's different than the Tokyo Skytree! - Metal_Treasure

18 Fernsehturm

Only 54 metres taller than the tallest building in Hungary (Lakihegy radio mast). - Alkadikce

It's in Berlin, Germany. Height: 368 m - Metal_Treasure

19 Skylon Tower

Viagra falls - lemur

It's in Niagara Falls, Canada. Height: 236 m (it provides the best view to the falls, even at night, as you can see in the image). - Metal_Treasure

20 Kuala Lumpur Tower

It's located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Height: 421 metres (1,381 feet) and is the 7th tallest freestanding tower in the world. - Metal_Treasure

21 Belem Tower (Tower of Belém)

It's in Lisbon, Portugal; construction started in 1514 (763 blocks and 504 stones were delivered for its construction). Height: 30 m. - Metal_Treasure

22 Qutub Minar

(also spelled as Qutb Minar). It's in Delhi, India, and was built in 1193! - Metal_Treasure

23 Minaret of Jam

Is it in grape jam or blackberry - lemur

It's in Jam, Afghanistan. Date built: 1101-1200 AD - Metal_Treasure

24 San Gimignano Towers

They are in Italy. Originally, there were about 70 towers built but only 14 of them remained. Date built: 11th and 13th centuries - Metal_Treasure

25 Milad Tower (Tehran Tower)

It reminds me a bit of the CN Tower. Just looks a bit like it. - Userguy44

It's in Tehran, Iran. Height: 435 m - Metal_Treasure

26 Tilted Towers

Most crowded towers on this whole list - yaygiants16

27 One World Trade Center
28 N Tower

It's in Seoul, South Korea. Height: 236 m - Metal_Treasure

29 Willis Tower

Been there, quite fun and scary at the same time. - MrCoolC

30 Sky Tower

A telecommunications and observation tower in Auckland, New Zealand. Height: 328 m (1,076.1 ft) - Metal_Treasure

31 Liberation Tower

Liberation Tower is in Kuwait City, Kuwait, 372 m high. - Metal_Treasure

32 Tower of London

This is a tower? - Userguy44

33 Gerbrandy Tower

It's a tower in IJsselstein, the Netherlands. Height: 366.8 m (1,203.41 ft) - Metal_Treasure

I live pretty close to it. Also, I didn’t know it was famous lol. - Userguy44

34 Orthanc

@whoever added this - did you mean the fictional tower in the Tolkien works?
If so, "according to J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium, it was built during the end of the Second Age by men of Gondor out of four many-sided columns of rock joined together by an unknown process and then hardened. No known weapon could harm it. Although the Ents could split ordinary stone with ease, their assault on the tower only left a few scratches and chips on its surface. Orthanc rose up to more than 500 feet (150 metres) above the plain of Isengard, and ended in four sharp peaks. Its only entrance was at the top of a high stair, and above that was a small window and balcony." - Metal_Treasure

35 Washington Monument
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