The Middle East is no stranger to tall buildings, as many of the world's tallest are located there. Moving on in our tallest skyscraper series, we take a look at the tallest skyscrapers in the Middle East.

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Skyscrapers have been around since the late 1800's and have been at the forefront of modern architecture during the last 20 years or so. Here are ten facts you may not know about skyscrapers.

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Nearing the end of our series of tallest skyscrapers by region, we now move on to Australia. Here are Australia's five tallest skyscrapers.

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As more and more skyscrapers are built throughout the world, you rarely hear about the ones that fail to make it off the ground. Here are 6 high-profile skyscraper projects that you may not have heard of.

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In January 2016 another Dubai skyscraper caught fire. Strangely, the fire spread at an alarming rate. An investigation led to some interesting and concerning discoveries and prompted renewed fears of similar instances being possible throughout the world.

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With only 11 skyscrapers 150 meters or taller, Africa has not yet joined the trend which Asia is creating. Nevertheless, we take a look at some of the tallest skyscrapers in Africa.

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As enormous buildings become more and more common, we need new terms to describe them. What constitutes a supertall skyscraper? What constitutes a megatall skyscraper?

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After covering the tallest skyscrapers in North America and South America, we now move over to Asia, mainly the Far East. These countries continue to build taller and taller skyscrapers, with no end in sight.

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As the Olympics in Rio come to a close, we take a look at the tallest skyscrapers in South America.

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This is one of the most unique skyscraper concepts out there and it needs to be seen to be believed. The Dynamic Tower is straight out of a science fiction movie.

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