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Worlds tallest wooden building pulled down in Arkhangelsk
6.02.2009 15:49
Worlds tallest wooden building pulled down in Arkhangelsk

Sutyagin House, which was believed to be the tallest wooden building in the world, is demolished, but construction waste left on the site still calls up the image of a 40-metre-tall tower built in the beginning of the 1990s in Arkhangelsk.
      The building was never completed and with years passing by fell into disrepair. Last year the local court declared the building out of line with safety standards and ordered to pull it down.
      First the tower topping the building was knocked down with heavy machinery and then workers take the rest of the house to pieces.


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