Burj Khalifa’s Global Cousins Rise, Revamp, Disappear: OverviewJames S. Russell
The improbably thin shaft of the 828-meter (2,717-foot) Burj Khalifa, a tour de force of architecture and engineering, is a reflective-glass icon of Dubai’s triumphant arrival on the world scene. Or it’s a towering monument to easy-money hubris. Take your pick.
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