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A view from a Skyscraper

August 12, 2013 1 min read

A word that was probably coined sometime in the past 100 years by the people down below who saw the building to be scraping the sky.

But from the top of Jin Mao Tower in Shanghai it did not feel like the sky was anywhere near us!

A few pictures of the views outward and inward Image

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The building is constructed in the shape of a ring with vacant space as the inner core.

  A view of the core from the 88th floor.

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Looking down at the Hyatt hotel

Shanghai – a mega city of a size that daunts even from the reference point of a person from other mega cities like Singapore & Mumbai.

jm

aug 2013

 

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