International Finance Centre in Hong Kong

International Finance Centre located on the waterfront, in the central district of Hong Kong. To date, this skyscraper is a remarkable structure, which consists of two parts. The height of the skyscraper reaches 484 meters, in order to construct a building needed support that provided the company «Sun Hung Kai Properties», as well as another lot of famous company «MTR Corporation».

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Directly beneath this huge building is the metro station «Airport Express». The opening of the building took place in 1999. Total in building 38 floors, also has a high-speed elevators, in the amount of 18 pieces. Currently, the building can accommodate about 5,000 people.

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Also, there is a second building, which was completed in 2003. This building is designed and implemented the Cesar Peli. The height of the building is 420 meters, and to date, it is the tallest building in Hong Kong. Total in building 88 floors, of which 22 floors are trademarks. The skyscraper was built specially for it was possible to place a trading company. For example, Hong Kong’s financial management is at the 55 level. According to approximate estimates, the building may be about 15 million people, but in practice is that no one checked.

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Skyscraper international financial center ranked fifth among the tallest buildings in the world. The building bunk lifts, which can not boast of every building. There is also a ground floor, where you can see ancient coins, it is possible to see the development history of only one coins of the last century.

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To learn more details about such a beautiful, unusual and simply spectacular skyscraper, it is necessary to visit Hong Kong. It will bring a lot of impressions, unforgettable experiences and a wonderful holiday. The more that the building was recognized as the best in 2003. But this right is rewarded, not every building in the world.