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Old Posted Jul 4, 2007, 9:03 AM
Aristo Aristo is offline
Join Date: Apr 2007
Location: Hong Kong
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The Cullinan (Twins Tower or twins diamond?)

Hi there,

The Cullinan is known as the twins diamond discovered since 1905 and weight about 3106K which now is inseted on the crown and royal crosier of the British Royale. In hong Kong, there are an object called The Cullinan but not diamond, it's the twins tower in residential use and hotel use. Its height at about 270metres. It's known as the tallest residential in the Asia and the second of the world. Its suface wall was wrapped by glasses exactly from the base to the vertical just like The Cullinan shines through the Victoria Harbour Ring.

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