Do you know what the tallest man-made structure belongs in your residential area or your city or in your town or in your country?
And thus, just think how about the world? As humans being, we are continuously looking for ways to promote our boundaries, and here construction is no exemption. You won’t guess how high we have been capable to build things from bridges to high-rises towers.
To arrange the record, we took the tallest structure from plenty of categories including spheres, monuments, radio towers, and lighthouses as well. They are compiled in order of height but keep in mind that these categories are arbitrary.
Yes, the Eiffel Tower is greater than the Jeddah Light but the former is an iron structure tower and the latter is a lighthouse. Because the Kyiv TV Tower is taller than the Eiffel Tower, that means the Eiffel Tower did not make the record.
Only the tallest construction from each preferred category is described here. However, here are the Top 20 Tallest Man-made Structures And Their Information.
1. Tallest Sphere – Ericsson Globe (Sweden)
Ericsson Globe is located in Stockholm, the national indoor field of Sweden grows as the Sun in the Sweden Solar System.
It is a scaled-down model of the real solar system that includes most of the nation. The sphere is about 85 meters tall / 279 feet.
2. Tallest Lighthouse – Jeddah Light (Saudi Arabia)
Jeddah light is located in Jeddah in Saudia Arabia. The beautiful and longest structure stands beside the seashore of Jeddah, with a length of 133 meters / 436 feet, the Jeddah light is not only the tallest lighthouse in Saudia Arabia but also all over the world as well.
3. Tallest Tomb – Great Pyramid of Giza (Egypt)
Great Pyramid is one of the oldest and largest of the three pyramids in the Giza municipality. It is located in Giza, Egypt.
The Great Pyramid is 138.8 meters high / 455.2 feet. The pyramids stand from the ancient period to present with its antic value.
4. Tallest Roller Coaster – Kingda Ka (United States)
Kingda Ka is found at Six Flags in New Jersey, at 138.98 meters /456 feet. The Kingda Ka in the United States’ roller coaster is not only the tallest in the world but also it is the second-fastest as well.
5. Tallest Telescope – Arecibo Observatory (United States)
Arecibo Observatory is the tallest Telescope over the world. The radio telescope is located in Puerto Rico in the United States of America. It is 150 meters high / 492 feet.
6. Tallest Memorial Cross – Santa Cruz del Valle de Los Caídos (Spain)
Santa Cruz del Valle de Los Caidos was built to honor those who fell during the Spanish Civil War, the cross is the world’s highest remembrance cross at 152.4 meters / 500 feet long.
7. Tallest Dome – Basilica of Our Lady of Peace (Cote d’Ivoire)
Motivated by the Basilica of Saint Peter in Vatican City, the basilica is also recorded by the Guinness Book of World Records as the largest church in the world. The dome is 158 meters high / 518 feet.
8. Tallest Industrial Hall – NASA Vehicle Assembly Building (United States)
So big that it needs special air conditioning to block rain clouds from forming on the interior, the NASA Vehicle Assembly Building is 160 meters high / 525 feet.
9. Tallest Ferris Wheel – High Roller (United States)
High Roller was found first on the Las Vegas Strip in the United States, the High Roller is the tallest Ferris wheel in the world at 167.6 meters / 550 feet long.
10. Tallest Church – Ulm Minster (Germany)
The church is located in Ulm in Germany, before the turn of the 20th century it was the 4th tallest structure in the world at 161.5 meters / 530 feet.
11. Tallest Inclined Structure – Olympic Stadium (Canada)
Although the most prominent inclined tower in the world. It is the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Olympic Stadium in Montreal is higher at 175 meters / 574 feet.
12. Tallest Masonry Tower – Anaconda Smelter Stack (United States)
While no longer in use, the Anaconda Smelter Stack is quiet standing at 178.3 meters / 585 feet as the highest masonry tower in the world.
The tower is original to the efforts of regional inhabitants who have appealed to save it from destruction.
13. Tallest Wooden Structure – ATLAS-I (United States)
ATLAS-I is the best known as the Trestle. The wooden structure was a testing apparatus used by the military during the Cold War.
Although it is no longer in use it quiet stands at 180 meters / 600 feet.
14. Tallest Water Towers – Kuwait Towers (Kuwait)
The Kuwait Towers are a gathering of three additional towers in Kuwait town. They are standing on a promontory into the Persian Gulf.
They were the sixth, and last, gathering in the greater Kuwait Water Towers system of 34 towers, and they were built in a style considerably distinctive from the other five gatherings.
The primary tower is 187 meters / 614 feet high and the three towers together help as a representative of modern Kuwait.
15. Tallest Monument – Gateway Arch (United States)
Gateway Arch is one of the tallest monument which stands in the United States of America. The monument was built first as a symbol of America’s expansion to the west, the Gateway Arch is 192 meters high / 630 feet.
16. Tallest Research Tower – Obninsk Meteorological Tower (Russia)
Obninsk Meteorological Tower is the highest resource tower in the world. It is at 315 meters / 1,034 feet. The Obninsk Meteorological tower is the tallest tower in the world which was built especially for the purpose of scientific research.
17. Tallest Bridge Pillar – Millau Viaduct (France)
Rationally, the tallest bridge pillar is found on the tallest bridge in the world. The tallest pillar is 342 meters / 1,122 feet as well.
18. Tallest Partially Guyed Tower – Gerbrandy Tower (Netherlands)
As the bottom of the tower is free to position and the head is guyed, the tower falls into the ‘partially guyed’ category. It is 366.8 meters long /1,203 feet and it is used for radio and TV programming.
19. Tallest Lattice Tower – Kyiv TV Tower (Ukraine)
Kyiv TV Tower is used for radio and TV broadcasting that is the tallest freestanding lattice steel structure in the world. It is about 385 meters long / 1,263 feet.
20. Tallest Radar Tower – Dimona Radar Facility (Israel)
Although it is located in Israel, these radio towers are controlled as well as owned by the United States government and they track ballistic missiles through space in order to intercept them. They are 400 meters / 1,312 feet tall.