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posted by frank müller alias frankartculinary on Tuesday 7th of May 2013 08:41:03 PM

Great Britain, London, The Shard, Western Europe’s tallest building, a 95 storey skyscraper, from 68-72 floor the observatory at a height of 245 mtr & floors 73-95 the spire, the 309,6 mtr high building opened to the public on February 2013. It is a vertical city with luxury offices, restaurants, a 5-star Shangri-La hotel, exclusive residential apartments & the capital's highest observatory; its crystalline façade transformed the London skyline. The dramatic façades of angled glass panes reflect sunlight & the sky, so that the appearance of the building changes according to the weather, daytime & seasons. The building features 11,000 panes of glass, with a total surface area of 56,000 square mtr. The Shard was designed by Renzo Piano in 2000, the Italian architect who created Paris’s Pompidou Centre. 👉 One World one Dream, 🙏...Danke, Xièxie 谢谢, Thanks, Gracias, Merci, Grazie, Obrigado, Arigatô, Dhanyavad, Chokrane to you & over 12 million visits in my photostream with countless motivating comments



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