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Q: How high is the Guangzhou TV Tower? What can I expect if I visit there?

13 years 6 days ago in  Transport & Travel - Guangzhou

 
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It's 600m high, and beat the record previsouly held by the CN tower in Toronto, Canada, back in 2009. But Japan just broke record this year.

The view can go as high as 460m, and the sight is worth the view! Truly magical, you can almost see the sky tree!

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