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|Antenna||369 ft||wikipedia article|
|1931-1976||287 ft||wikipedia article|
• Architect: Emiel van Averbeke.
• Tallest Building in Belgium at time of completion. It was surpassed by the Centre Internatial Rogier (Brussels) in 1960. Often considered as the first real skyscraper in Europe.
• In 1954 the tower was extended with an antenna which reached to a total height of 112,5 meters.
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