This is a ranked list of the tallest buildings in the Europe. These buildings include some of the newest and most beautiful beautiful building as well as some iconic long-standing skyscrapers. This list answers the question, “What is the tallest building in the Europe?” These tallest buildings in Europe can be found everywhere from France to Russia, to the to Spain. Skyscrapers have long been one of mankinds most prolific achievements. Since the dawning of the industrial era in America 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 around the world are building buildings, each one taller than the next. These skyscrapers are often built by wealthy individuals or hugely successful multinational conglomerates. These tallest skyscrapers can be found all around Europe in commercial centers in places like Moscow, Madrid, Paris and Vienna. These buildings offer some of the best views in Europe. These tallest buildings in Europe include both business and commercial centers as well as residential buildings. If you are interested in architecture and buildings are are wondering “where the tallest building in Europe is,” you can find it on this list.
Located in Moscow, this 1112 ft. building was built in 2013. It is 75 floors.
Located In: Russiasee more on Mercury City Tower
Located in London, this 1,015 ft building was built in 2012. It is 87 floors.
Located In: United Kingdomsee more on The Shard
Located in Moscow, this 1,013 ft. building will be completed in 2014. It will be 72 floors.
Located In: Moscow