Burj Khalifa, 2,717 feet, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
“The World’s Biggest Stuff” is a new slide show on Bing Travel suggests where to travel to find gargantuan manmade objects, such as skyscrapers, shopping malls and swimming pools, as well as naturally large animals, waterfalls and rain forests. Guinness World Records are busted annually, as of Jan, there’s a new entry for the world’s tallest skyscraper, and the honor goes to the Burj Khalifa, a gleaming spire that stabs 2,717 feet into the Dubai sky. Dec saw the launch of Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas, a cruise ship too big to fit through the Panama Canal. The critter with the elephantine tongue? That would be the blue whale. Not new, but it sure deserves tongue-wagging rights,” stated Bing Tavel blog.
Prague Castle in Prague (largest ancient castle in the world ). Built in ninth century, it’s an oblong irregular polygon with an average diameter of 420 feet and a total surface area of 18 acres.
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