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List of tallest structures in the Commonwealth of Nations


List of tallest structures in the Commonwealth of Nations

This is a list of the tallest structures in The Commonwealth.


  1. CN Tower, 553m, Toronto, Ontario,  Canada (the tallest free-standing structure in the world until 2007)
  2. Petronas Twin Towers, 452m, Kuala Lumpur,  Malaysia (the world's tallest twin buildings)
  3. Omega Navigational Mast Woodside, 427m, Woodside, Victoria,  Australia
  4. Kuala Lumpur Tower, 421m, Kuala Lumpur,  Malaysia
  5. Cape Race LORAN-C transmitter, 412m, Cape Race,  Canada (collapsed in 1993)
  6. CKX-TV Craig broadcasting tower, 412m, Hayfeild, Manitoba,  Canada (collapsed in 1983 replaced by tower of same height)
  7. Naval Communication System Tower Zero, 389m, Exmouth, Western Australia,  Australia
  8. Belmont Transmitter, 387.75m, Donington on Bain,  United Kingdom
  9. Inco Superstack, 380m, Sudbury, Ontario,  Canada
  10. CBC Tower, 371m, Shawinigan ( demolished in 2002, replaced by new tower of possible same height)
  11. VLF Transmitter Skelton, 365m, Skelton, Cumbria,  United Kingdom
  12. Naval Communication Station, 364m, Exmouth, Western Australia,  Australia
  13. CHCH Television Tower, 357m, Hamilton, Ontario,  Canada
  14. First Canadian Place, 355m, Toronto, Ontario,  Canada
  15. Emley Moor transmitting station, 331m, Emley Moor,  United Kingdom
  16. Sky Tower, 328m, Auckland,  New Zealand
  17. Q1 Tower, 323m, Gold Coast,  Australia
  18. Waltham Mast, 315 m, [[Melton
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