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Turris Khalifa

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Turris et multizonia Dubaiensia anno 2010.
Turris et multizonia Dubaiensia anno 2010.
Multizonia altidudine inter se comparata.

Turris Khalifa vel Turris Chalifae[1] (Arabice برج خليفة, in litteris Latinis Burj Khalifa 'Turris Chalifae'[2]), ante eius inaugurationem Burj Dubai[1] appellata, est caeliscalpium in Dubai Phylarchiarum Arabicarum Confoederationis situm, et nunc, post Martium 2008, altissima orbis terrarum structura ab hominibus facta, 829.84 m alta.[3][2] Fabricatio die 21 Septembris 2004 coepit, exteriore aedificii parte die 1 Octobris 2009 perfecta. Aedificium integrum, die 4 Ianuarii 2010 rite apertum,[4][5] et est pars novi auctus flagship? 2 km2, Media Urbs Dubai appellati, apud "Primam Intermutationem" secundum Viam Sheikhy Zayed, prope principalem commercii regionem siti.

Architectura et ingeniaria turris a Skidmore, Owings and Merrill Sicagi effectae sunt, Adriano Smith architecto principali, Gulielmo F. Baker ingeniario structurae principali.[6][7] Contractor primus fuit Samsung C&T Coreae Meridianae.[8]

Turris ex Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, praeside Phylarchiarum Arabicarum Confoederationis, ob eius auxilium aerarium magni momenti appellatur.[9]

Tabulationes[recensere | fontem recensere]

Hic est descriptio tabulationum.[10][11]

Tabulationes Usus
160 et altiores Res mechanicae
156–159 Communicatio et transmissio
155 Res mechanicae
139–154 Camerae corporatae?
136–138 Res mechanicae
125–135 Camerae corporatae?
124 Observatorium ''At the Top'' (ad summam)
123 Vestibulum caeli
122 Caupona At.mosphere [sic]
111–121 Camerae corporatae
109–110 Res mechanicae
77–108 Domicilia
76 Vestibulum caeli
73–75 Res mechanicae
44–72 Domicilia
43 Vestibulum caeli
40–42 Res mechanicae
38–39 Armani Hotel suites
19–37 Domicilia Armani
17–18 Res mechanicae
9–16 Domicilia Armani
1–8 Deversorium Armani
Ground Deversorium Armani
Concourse Deversorium Armani
B1–B2 Parking, res mechanicae

Pinacotheca[recensere | fontem recensere]

Nexus interni

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Warning icon.svg Fons nominis Latini desideratus (addito fonte, hanc formulam remove)
  2. 2.0 2.1 Bianchi, Stefania; Andrew Critchlow (4 January 2010). "World's Tallest Skyscraper Opens in Dubai". Dow Jones & Company, Inc .
  3. Lapsus in citando: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named CTBUHdb
  4. "Official Opening of Iconic Burj Dubai Announced". Gulfnews. 4 November 2009 .
  5. "World's tallest building opens in Dubai". BBC News. 4 January 2010 .
  6. "Burj Dubai reaches a record high". Emaar Properties. 21 July 2007 
  7. Keegan, Edward (15 October 2006). "Adrian Smith Leaves SOM, Longtime Skidmore partner bucks retirement to start new firm". ArchitectOnline 
  8. "Burj Dubai, Dubai – SkyscraperPage.com". SkyscraperPage 
  9. http://business.maktoob.com/20090000414838/Burj_Dubai_renamed_Burj_Khalifa_/Article.htm 828-metre Burj Dubai renamed Burj Khalifa,] Maktoob Group, 4 Ianuarii 2010.
  10. Lapsus in citando: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named structure
  11. "Inside the Burj Dubai". Maktoob News. 28 December 2009 .

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

Commons-logo.svg Vicimedia Communia plura habent quae ad Turrem Chalifae spectant.