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Construction of the Burj Al Arab 1

This video was posted on Monday, October 26th, 2009 and filed under Videos.

A video analyzing the construction of the world’s tallest hotel, the Burj Al-Arab off the coast of Dubai. Rising 321 meters from an artificial island in the Arabian Gulf, this sail-like structure boasts numerous technical innovations, including the largest fabric wall and atrium in the world, and a ‘floating’ restaurant. First envisioned by Dubai’s crown prince, the project was entrusted to an experienced firm of British architects.

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1 Response for “Construction of the Burj Al Arab 1”

  1. javid says:

    u write the arabian gulf in your articles,thats not correct ,please look at the world map at first .this golf is persian golf not arabian .

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