World's Wackiest Skyscrapers
Architecture reaches new heights with these outrageous skyscrapers all the way from Dubai to Ohio.Filed under:
30 St. Mary Axe
30 St. Mary Axe in London's Financial District is also known as the Gherkin, for, well, obvious reasons. Its 41 floors opened in May 2004, and it became Britain’s most expensive office building when it sold in 2007 for 630 million British Pounds.
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