World Trade Centre

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Reshmonu - Awards and Award Nominations (Malaysia)
... Industri Muzik Awards Malaysia 2009 held at The Putra World Trade Centre on 2nd May 2009 ... Muzik Awards Malaysia 2009 to be held at The Putra World Trade Centre on 2nd May 2009 ... Malaysia 2009 to be held at The Putra World Trade Centre on 2nd May 2009 ...
List Of Tallest Structures In Sri Lanka - List of Tallest Buildings in Sri Lanka
... which a building was completed Rank Building Image Height Floors Location Type Year Ref 1(=) World Trade Centre East Tower 152 m (499 ft) 39 06°55′57″N 79°50′38″E / 6.9325°N ...
Manesar - World Trade Centre
... Delhi NCR gets its first World Trade Center (WTC) at Spire Edge in Manesar, an integrated 1.6 million sq.ft mixed use IT/ITeS development ...
E 11 Road (United Arab Emirates) - Sheikh Zayed Road - Buildings Along Sheikh Zayed Road
... Listed in order from Trade Centre Roundabout towards Jebel Ali to Interchange 2 Northwest Side Southeast Side Etisalat Tower 2 World Trade Centre The Monarch Office Tower World Trade Centre Residence ...
List Of World Trade Centers - List
... Country City Building title Status Ref Afghanistan Kabul World Trade Center Kabul Algeria Algiers World Trade Center Algeria Angola Luanda World Trade Center Luanda Argentina Buenos Aires World Trade Center ... Petersburg World Trade Center St ... Petersburg Russia Yekaterinburg World Trade Center Ekaterinburg San Marino San Marino San Marino World Trade Centre Saudi Arabia Mecca World Trade Center Mecca Saudi Arabia ...

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