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List of tallest structures in Spain

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List of tallest structures in Spain

An incomplete list of the tallest structures in Spain. This list contains all types of structures.

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Structure Year of built Structural type Town Pinnacle height (m) Pinnacle height (ft) Coordinates Remarks
Torreta de Guardamar 1962 Guyed mast Guardamar del Segura 370 m 1214 ft radio tower of US military
Endesa Termic 1974 Chimney As Pontes, Galicia 356 m 1168 ft
Chimney of Teruel Power Plant 1981 Chimney Teruel 343 m 1125 ft
Chimney 1 of Compostilla II Power Station ? Chimney Cubillos del Sil 290 m 951 ft
Torre de Collserola 1992 Tower Barcelona 288.4 m 946 ft partially guyed
Chimney 2 of Compostilla II Power Station ? Chimney Cubillos del Sil 270 m 886 ft
Majadahonda transmitter, main mast 1962 Guyed Mast Majadahonda/Las Rozas 264 m 866 ft used for broadcasting on 585 kHz
Torre Caja Madrid 2007 Skyscraper Madrid 250 m 820 ft
Torre de Cristal 2007 Skyscraper Madrid 249 m 817 ft
Dos Hermanas transmitter ? Guyed mast Dos Hermanas/Los Palacios 244 m 801 ft mediumwave transmitter, according to air traffic obstacle list at , real position: , used for broadcasting on 684 kHz
Chimney of Soutu de la Barca Power Station ? Chimney Tinéu 239 m 784 ft
Torre Sacyr Vallehermoso 2007 Skyscraper Madrid 236 m 774 ft
Casa Cerro transmitter ? Guyed mast Casa Cerro 232 m 761 ft according to air traffic obstacle list at , but there is no tall structure. Demolished? Planned?
Torre España 1982 Tower Madrid 231 m 758 ft
Chimney of Los Barrios Power Plant 1985 Chimney Los Barrios 230 m 755 ft
Chimney of Térmica de Aboño ? Chimney Carreño 225 m 738 ft
Torre Espacio 2007 Skyscraper Madrid 223.1 m 732 ft
La Catalítica ? Chimney Muskiz 222 m 728 ft
Palau de Plegamans Transmitter ? Guyed mast Palau de Plegamans/Riera de Caldes 217 m 712 ft used for broadcasting on 576 kHz and 738 kHz
Playa de Las Américas Transmitter ? Guyed mast Playa des Las Americas 216 m 709 ft according to air traffic obstacle list situated at , but Wikimapia shows no tall structure. Demolished military radio station?
Gran Hotel Bali 2002 Skyscraper Benidorm 210 m 689 ft
Almendra Dam 1970 Dam Almendra 202 m 663 ft
Solar Tower Manzanares 1989 Solar Tower Manzanares 200 m 656 ft destroyed
Tibidabo Radio Mast? ? Guyed mast? Tibidabo 200 m 656 ft According to airtraffic obstacle list at , however Wiimapia shows nothing, print error?
Central Tèrmica, Sant Adria de Besos 1976 Chimney Sant Adria de Besos 200 m 656 ft ; ;
Central Térmica de Meirama Chimney ? Chimney Lousa de Arriba 200 m 656 ft according to air traffic obstacle list situated at
Central térmica de La Robla Chimney 1984 Chimney La Robla 200 m 656 ft
Central térmica Litoral de Almería Chimney 1984 Chimney Carboneras 200 m 656 ft
Chimney of Soto de Ribera Power Station ? Chimney Ribera de Aribo 200 m 656 ft
Central térmica de Sabón Chimney 1972 Chimney Arteijo 200 m 656 ft
Central térmica del Narcea Chimney ? Chimney Tineo 200 m 656 ft

See also

External links

  • List of air traffic obstacles in Spain
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