Dubai is fourth in the world in the ranking of tall buildings with 395 skyscrapers

Dubai ranked fourth in the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat ranking of the top 25 cities in the world with the largest number of skyscrapers.

A report by the “Visual Capitalist” website monitored the presence of 395 skyscrapers in Dubai, of which 28 are architecturally stunning, as the city has become synonymous with luxurious architecture and record-breaking buildings, such as the Burj Khalifa, which is currently the tallest building in the world at 828 meters high.
According to the report, the UAE has witnessed amazing progress in high-rise architecture, “skyscrapers”, as one of the 25 best cities around the world. Dubai outperforms European countries combined in tall buildings by 187 skyscrapers

The site referred to the Burj Khalifa, which is the tallest building in the world with a height of 828 meters, as it is a testament to the progress of the city of Dubai, its contemporary and its global competition.

The Chinese city of Hong Kong ranked first, which includes 657 skyscrapers, of which six are more than 300 meters high, followed by the Chinese city of Shenzhen, which was a small village until the seventies of the last century, and now includes 513 skyscrapers.

And New York City ranked third in the list with about 421 skyscrapers, and the famous Empire State Building stands out as one of the most important signs of the city, although it is not currently the highest. And in fifth place – after Dubai – came the Chinese city of Guangzhou, with 254 skyscrapers.