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Eureka Tower, Melbourne, VIC, Australia

Eureka Tower,  Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Tag 3 - 23.8.2013 - Der Eureka Tower ist heute mit einer Höhe von 297,3 Metern das höchste Gebäude Melbournes und das zweithöchste Wohngebäude Australiens und gehört auch weltweit zu den höchsten Wolkenkratzern. Außerdem ist er nach dem Q1 Tower, der bis 2005 in Gold Coast, Surfers Paradise errichtet wurde, nicht nur der zweithöchste Wolkenkratzer Australiens, sondern auch der Südhalbkugel.
When measured either by the height of its roof, or by the height of its highest habitable floor, Eureka Tower was the tallest residential building in the world when completed. It is also currently the building with the most floors available for residential occupancy in the world. The building stands 297 metres in height, with 91 storeys above ground plus one basement level. It is one of only seven buildings in the world with 90 or more storeys and is the equal 77th tallest building in the world. It is also the second-tallest building in Australia and the tallest building in Melbourne. The single level basement and first 9 floors contain car parking. The building's proximity to the water table as well as the Yarra River made the construction of a basement car park uneconomical. In all, there are 84 floors of apartments (including some floors shared between car parking and apartments), with the remainder being used for building facilities and the observation deck.
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Plenty of skyscrapers to be seen in the city of Melbourne, a very impressive skyline.
18 months ago.

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