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Azerbaijan plans to build the world's tallest skyscraper

Azerbaijanian investor Haji Ibrahim plans to build on the outskirts of Baku, the world's tallest skyscraper at 185 floors.

According to the Public Azerbaijanian Service of architecture, the investor has already hired an architect who has created a sketch of a skyscraper.

The project also involves the creation of the Caspian Sea artificial islands. The presentation is scheduled for the near future.

If the project goes through, the skyscraper will be the tallest building in the world. By this time the tallest building in the world is a skyscraper "Burj Khalifa" in Dubai, whose height exceeds 800 meters.

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