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Revealed a global architectural firm, design proposed vertical city set up in Basra (590 km south of Baghdad), with the highest tower in the world, more than three thousand feet long and includes a 241-storey, indicating that it will be called "the bride Tower" named after the title of "bride Gulf "Parents who used the launch of the city.
She AMBS global architectural firm for the project which is based in Britain and the Iraq-based, according to the transfer site Metro METRO news British, and I followed (range Press), "The length of the tower will be when implemented nearly three thousand and 162 feet, and consists of a 241-storey, while a Burj Khalifa along in Dubai, which is the highest in the world currently up to two thousand and 722 feet.
"The Web site quoted the architects of the company AMBS, saying that" architecture bride Tower project will serve as a first vertical city in the world include all civil necessities of life around the clock, of offices, hotels and neighborhoods of housing, commercial centers and spaces, parks and gardens with railway own iron network.
"said the company's engineers, Marcus de Andres, according to the site, said that" compared with the rest of the other traditional towers director, the bride Tower in Basra, will serve as a place enjoyed by People in general and its residents and staff in particular ", noting that" the tower will be the focus of recreation of thousands of people in the ports are endless ranging enjoy roaming between Parks Greens sprawling on the ground of the project up to a meal or shopping in malls, at a height of several hundred meters above sea level.
"The company said that" the bride Tower project in Basra, will occupy an area of up to 590 thousand square meters, while the building would be an area of the vertical structure of the tower up to 79 thousand square meters, "but" did not specify the length of time it would take to implement the project, although it It began to put his designs since 2014, the past. "
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