Unique architectural projects are often seen as ways of boosting tourism. If that’s true, then visitors may soon be pouring into the small Danish town of Brande (pop. ~7,000). Last month the local city council approved a 1,049-foot (320-meter) skyscraper that Danish clothing giant Bestseller hopes to build in the little town. When finished, the super-tall building in the middle of nowhere would be among the tallest in Western Europe, reaching higher than both the British Shard (1,016 feet) and the German Commerzbank Tower (850 feet). The Eiffel Tower, standing at 1,063, is still taller READ HERE
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