Central Plains Pearl TV Tower is a free-standing communications tower in Luoyang, China. The tower is 278 m \ 912 ft tall. ...more on Wikipedia about "Central Plains Pearl TV Tower"
The China Central Television TV (CCTV) Tower is the tallest structure in Beijing, China. It has an observation deck at 238m, and the tip of its antenna reaches a height of 405m. It provides panoramic views over the city from its restaurant and observation deck. It is part of the World Federation of Great Towers. ...more on Wikipedia about "Central TV Tower"
Daqing Radio and Television Tower is a free-standing communicaton tower built in 1989 in Daqing, China. The tower is 260 m \ 853 ft tall. ...more on Wikipedia about "Daqing Radio and Television Tower"
The Dragon Tower in Harbin, China is a tall tower of lattice steel used for communication. It was built in 2000 and rises to 336 m (1102 ft). ...more on Wikipedia about "Dragon Tower"
The Foshan TV Tower is a free-standing communications tower in Foshan, China. The tower is 238m (781 ft) tall. ...more on Wikipedia about "Foshan TV Tower"
The Guangdong TV Tower is a 200 metre high TV tower of lattice steel at Guangzhou, China, built in 1965. Its planned replacement will be the tallest free standing TV tower in the world, completion is expected in 2008. ...more on Wikipedia about "Guangdong TV Tower"
Guangzhou Tower is a telecommunication tower in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou at 217m and was erected in 1991. ...more on Wikipedia about "Guangzhou TV Tower"
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The Jiangsu Nanjing TV Tower is free-standing structure whose antenna reaches up to 318.5 meters (1045 feet). It was built in 1996 in Nanjing, China. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jiangsu Nanjing TV Tower"
Kaifeng TV Tower is a free-standing communications tower in Kaifeng, China. The tower has a height of 268 m (879 ft). ...more on Wikipedia about "Kaifeng TV Tower"
The Liaoning Broadcast and TV Tower is a tall free standing structure used for communication. It was built in 1989 in Shenyang, China and reaches up to 305.5 m (1002 ft). ...more on Wikipedia about "Liaoning Broadcast and TV Tower"
The Oriental Pearl Tower (东方明珠塔 pinyin: Dōngfāng Míngzhūtǎ) is a TV tower in Shanghai, China. Shanghai Oriental Pearl Tower is located at the tip of Lujiazui in the Pudong district, by the side of Huangpu River, opposite The Bund of Shanghai. The design of the building is based on a Tang dynasty poem about the haunting sound made by a lute. ...more on Wikipedia about "Oriental Pearl Tower"
The Porcelain Tower of Nanjing , ( ), also known as Bao'ensi (报恩寺), the "Temple of Gratitude", is located in Nanjing, an ancient capital of China, out on the south bank of the Yangtze River. ...more on Wikipedia about "Porcelain Tower of Nanjing"
The pylons of the Pearl River Crossing are three electricity pylons with heights of 240 metres, 253 metres, and 80 metres. They carry the 500kV-three phase AC powerline between Jiangmen and Sha Jiao in Guangdong, China at the crossing of the Pearl River. The 253 metre high pylon was built on an artificial island in the Pearl River and is the highest pylon in the world. The 240 metre high pylon is situated at the east side of Pearl River, while the 80 metre high pylon stands on the west side of the river. The span width of the line between the 253 metre and the 240 metre high pylon is 1547 metres. At this span the line is at its deepest point in a height of 70 metres over the Pearl River. The span width of the two crossbars of the 240 and the 253 metre high pylons are 63.5 metres and 54.5 metres. The pylons at the Pearl River Crossing were built in 1987. ...more on Wikipedia about "Pylons of Pearl River Crossing"
Qingdao TV Tower is a 232 metre high lattice TV Tower at Qingdao China with an observation deck in a height of 130 metres. It is located on the Taiping Hill in Julin Hill Park. ...more on Wikipedia about "Qingdao TV Tower" My shortopedia is mine.
Shaanxi Provincial TV Tower is a communications tower built in 1987 in Xian, China. It is 245 m \ 804 ft tall. ...more on Wikipedia about "Shaanxi Provincial TV Tower"
Shijiazhuang TV-tower is tall structure used for communication built in 1998 in Shijiazhuang, China. It is a 280 m (919 ft) tall tower of lattice steel. ...more on Wikipedia about "Shijiazhuang TV-tower"
The Tianjin Radio and Television Tower is a 415.2 m (1362 ft) tower in Tianjin, China used primarily for communication. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tianjin Radio and Television Tower"
Zhuzhou Television Tower is a tall structure in Zhuzhou, China that is 293 m (961 ft.) tall. ...more on Wikipedia about "Zhuzhou Television Tower"
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