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Mamlaka Tower
Saudi Arabia

Al-Mamlaka Tower (Kingdom Centre) also known as (Burj Al-Mamlaka) is the second tower built in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. It is the tallest Tower in Saudi Arabia and the 45th tallest building in the world with a 43 floors excluding the basement. Al-Mamlaka Tower is owned by a prince of the Saudi royal family, Alwaleed bin Talal who's one of the richest people in the world. It is located between King Fahd Road and Olaya Road which gives it the name, it's literly in the center of the city. Anyway, be aware that you gotta have your family with you if you are a man going to the shopping mall, becaouse going there by yourself doesn't work out sometimes

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Copyright: 360 Riyadh
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6324x3162
Taken: 24/12/2010
Uploaded: 24/12/2010
Updated: 07/03/2015
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