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Triumph Palace
Триумф Палас

Chapayevsky Pereulok, 3
Moscow MOW Russia

Construction Dates
Floor Count57
Basement Floors2
Floor Area163,300 m²
Building Uses
 - residential
 - restaurant
 - retail
 - fitness center
Structural Types
 - highrise
Architectural Style
 - neo-classical
 - neo-gothic
 - glass
 - stone
 - wood
 - marble
 - granite
 - concrete

 Heights ValueSource / Comments 
Spire867 ft
Roof714 ft
Observation deck656 ft

Architect - TROMOS

Developer - Don Stroy

Triumph Palace topped out on 20 December 2003 at 264.1 m making it the tallest building Europe until 2007 when "Naberezhnaya Tower C" (also in Moscow) took the tile.

The building's spire is 48.3 m tall and comprised of 3,000 pieces weighing 52 tonnes in total. The spire was tested in a wind tunnel before it was installed and also employs mass dampers.

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