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Tokyo Got a transmitter tower of the World

Japan today opened a television transmitter tower as well as the latest attractions, Tokyo Skytree. With a height of 634 meters, needle-shaped building is also claimed as the world's tallest tower transmitters.

The tower is not as tall as the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, which still holds the world's tallest building
along the 828 meters. According to BBC news station, Tuesday, May 22, 2012, Tokyo Skytree will be used by major television stations in Japan starting next year.

Thus, it will Skytree will replace Tokyo Tower as a main transmitter. With a height of 333 meters or half the height Skytree, Tower Tokyo since 1958 has become a symbol of the Japanese capital.

According to The Washington Post, Tokyo Skytree been noted as the tallest tower version of the Guinness World Records, breaking the record of the Tower of the Canton in China which has a height of 600 meters. Tower in downtown Tokyo, the tower construction was delayed two months due to the tsunami disaster in March 2011.

At its opening, over 8,000 enthusiastic visitors who flocked to climb the tower elevator building which is considered as a testimony antigempa and Sakura is a symbol of resistance. Many of those who have already ordered tickets over the previous week.

Of course, the visitors had to take turns because, as reported by local media, the tower was built for three and a half years to have two observers deck. The first observer deck can accommodate up to 2000 people, while the second deck with a capacity of up to 900 people.

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