By M. W. Byrne
Most Total Volume: It’s impossible to convey the scope of the Everett factory in mere photographs.
Biggest Clock: These towers have more than merely the tallest clock in the world, as the Al Bait Towers also have an approximate square footage of 16,137,600 sq ft.
Most Immense Footprint: More than 20 million flowers are bought and sold here on a daily basis.
Most Total Square Feet: Though it isn’t the largest amount of total area, the Center has multiple floors that give it more total square footage among the many layers of the building.
Tallest Building: Though the footprint is fairly small, occupying a scant 3,331,100 sq ft on the ground, the soaring spire of the Khalifa reaches 2,722 ft into the heavens.
Biggest Mosque: Costing more than $100 billion to build, there’s no religious building that even comes close to the 99 acres – that’s 4,312,440 sq ft. – worth of space that is able to house about 4 million worshipers.
Tallest Tower: Saying that the only thing of note about the Skytree is that it is tall would be a severe disservice to all it does.