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|Oriental Pearl Tower|
|2, Lane 504, Lujiazui Road Pudong|
Shanghai SH China
| - communication|
| - conference|
| - hotel|
| - observation|
| - restaurant|
| - retail|
| - tower|
| - pod|
| - revolving floor|
| - sphere|
| - stilts|
| - futurism|
| - glass|
| - steel|
| - concrete, reinforced|
| - concrete|
| ||Heights|| ||Value||Source / Comments|| |
|Top floor||1148 ft|
|floor of indoor space module|
|Lowest observation||295 ft|
• Architect: Shanghai Modern Architectural Design Co. Ltd.
• Owner: Shanghai Oriental Group Co. Ltd., C & K
• Incorporation: Shanghai Xinhua Fire Inhibitor Factory
• Elevators: Otis Elevator (China) Investment Co. Ltd.
• Its design is based on a Tan dynasty poem about the haunting sound made by a lute.
• The three columns between the two largest spheres are 9 meters in diameter, and the big spheres are 45 meters (upper) and 50 meters (lower) in diameter. The smallest sphere at the top is 14m in diameter.
• The tower has three observatory levels:
1. Space Module: The highest is at 350 metres.
2. Sightseeing Floor between 263 and 259 metres.
3. Space City: The lowest at 90 metres.
• Pearl Oriental TV Tower operates a 20-room hotel called the Space Hotel, located in the five smaller spheres between the two biggest ones up the center of the tower.
• Asia's tallest TV tower, and the third tallest in the world.
• Member of "World Federation of Great Towers".
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