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Burj Dubai breaks record for most floors

The Burj Dubai, which will be the tallest building in the world once complete, has passed 120 floors.
The building still has 46 floors to go before it reaches its full height, thought to be 166 storeys, with a 30-metre tall crown.The final height would be around 606m.'Burj Dubai is setting a new record with every passing day - in terms of height and the number of storeys,' said Emaar Properties chairman, Mohamed Ali Alabbar.'This is the accomplishment of teamwork, with the world's best in engineering, construction and design services working together to create a new landmark not only for the UAE, but for the entire world,' he said.

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