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Encyclopedia > Milad Tower

The Borj-e Milad is a very tall tower built in Tehran, Iran. The highest point is a long anntenna at 435 m \ 1427 ft and about one-third of the way down from this is a large pod with 12 floors, the roof which is at 315 m \ 1034 ft. Below this is a staircase and elevator to reach the area.


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AOCE2006- Milad Tower (255 words)
Borj-e Milad (Milad Tower) is Iran's tallest tower.
Milad Tower is also claimed to be the fourth tallest free standing structure in the world, and the first considering the vast functional structure on its top and the only tower with an octagonal base, symbolizing traditional Persian architecture.
The Milad Tower is predicted to replace the long-time symbol of Tehran, the Azadi tower.
Borj-e Milad Information (284 words)
Borj-e Milad (Persian: برج میلاد) is Iran's tallest tower.
Milad Tower is also claimed to be the fourth tallest free standing structure in the world, and the first considering the vast functional structure on its top and the only tower with an octagonal base, symbolizing traditional Persian architecture.
The Milad Tower is predicted to replace the long-time symbol of Tehran, the Azadi Tower.
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