What is the tallest building in America

By Chico Jackson . Created on Jan 06, 2020
Tallest building
Travel and Tourism 548 votes | 20 Comments
Vista Tower

Vista Tower

Sears Tower/Willis Tower

Sears Tower/Willis Tower

World Trade Center

World Trade Center

Empire State Building

Empire State Building

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Candace said on Jan 14, 2020
Don’t no
World Trade Center
Janet said on Jan 9, 2020
World Trade Center... Its spire brings the structure to a symbolic architectural height of 1,776 feet (541 m), connoting the year the U.S. Declaration of Independence was signed, though the absolute tip (or pinnacle) of the structure is measured at 1,792 ft (546 m).
World Trade Center
MarieN said on Jan 7, 2020
How hard is it to look up the height of the different buildings and provide an accurate answer?? D@m!! NOT ESB or Eiffel Tower (which is a structure, not a conventional "building"). Hard to believe over 60% are voting incorrectly, well no small wonder...
Empire State Building
Oksana said on Jan 7, 2020
Wow lol why so upset? Isn’t it supposed to be for fun?
World Trade Center
MarieN said on Jan 8, 2020
It IS supposed to be for fun, but the ignorant masses, it's just disheartening is all. Something "factual", easy to verify, and yet, people (in general) are proud of their ignorance, they show it off so well. Ask almost anyone in the USA about how our system of gov't works and most would have no clue. Ask about a vapid/waste of air and space "celebrity" and many could tell a great deal ...
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Empire State Building
Sharon said on Jan 7, 2020
ESB
World Trade Center
Nicole said on Jan 7, 2020
Trade center
Empire State Building
Sherrie said on Jan 7, 2020
Empire State Building
World Trade Center
MarieN said on Jan 7, 2020
No, not even close
Kyleigh said on Jan 7, 2020
World Trade Center
World Trade Center
Xiran said on Jan 6, 2020
One World Trade Center in New York City has been the tallest skyscraper in the United States. 541.3m