10 Top Tallest Buildings In America

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Willis Tower, Chicago, Illinois - The Willis Tower is one of the tallest buildings in the US and the Skydeck Ledge at Willis Tower in Chicago.

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Trump International Hotel & Tower, Chicago - First and foremost, the Trump International Hotel & Tower is a hotel.

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One World Trade Center, New York - One World Trade Center is also known as New World Trade Center.

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Empire State Building, New York - The Empire State Building is in New York City and has two observation decks.

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Bank of America Tower, New York - This New York City skyscraper is 58 floors above the ground and features an energy-efficient design.

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Aon Center, Chicago, Illinois - The Aon Center in Chicago is a commercial building that houses several major headquarters.

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John Hancock Center, Chicago - Sky Deck that is 1,000 feet high and offers views of the city in every direction.

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Chrysler Building, New York - This 77-story skyscraper was constructed between 1928 and 1930, but is still one of the tallest skyscrapers.

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New York Times Building - The New York Times Building may technically be a skyscraper. However, the lobby is free for anyone to enter.

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Bank of America Plaza, Atlanta - Bank of America Plaza is one of the tallest skyscrapers in the United States.

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10 Most Famous American Bridges

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