The tallest buildings in Europe include architectural marvels unrivaled elsewhere in the world. The tallest buildings in Europe can be found in France, Russia, and Spain. Skyscrapers have long been one of mankind's most prolific achievements. Since the dawn of the industrial era, people have sought to build the biggest and tallest buildings in the world.
As technology progressed and other nations look to make their mark on architecture, countries are creating buildings, each one taller than the next. These skyscrapers are often built by wealthy individuals or hugely successful multinational conglomerates. Best of all, these buildings offer some of the best views in Europe.
Located in Moscow, this skyscraper, which translates to Tower on the Embankment, has three towers. The tallest tower, Tower C, is 881 ft. and was completed in 2007. It has 59 floors.
Located in Moscow, this 866 ft. building with luxury apartments was built in 2003. It has 57 floors.
- Located In: Moscow
Located in Istanbul, this 856 ft. building was completed in 2010. It has 54 floors and is said to be the country's first ecological skyscraper.
- Located In: Turkey
Located in Frankfurt, this 850 ft. building was finished in 1997. It has 56 floors and is one of the tallest buildings in Germany.
- Located In: Frankfurt (Oder)