Fernsehturm (Stuttgart, Germany) Reviews
Description:TV tower in Stuttgart, Germany.
Newest Review: ... visitors helped to reach the sum of 4.1 million Deutsche Mark the tower had cost. There's a twin in Johannesburg, but I've read that the similarity is difficult to discern because a giant ad is fastened onto it. German engineers helped build the TV Tower in Moscow (over 500 m high). Over the years the Stuttgart TV Tower 'fathered' many more sons. Considering the shape you'll agree that the ... more
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by - written on 22/05/12, updated on 22/05/12 (Very useful, 122 readings)
In the world of architecture the only superlative worth its salt is *the first*. An edifice can remain the highest, longest, most expensive one only until a higher, longer, more expensive one has been built. But the first will always remain indisputably the first. Many reviews have been written on the 553-m-high giant in Toronto which was No 1 for a long time (but has now moved down to No 3). Today I'm going to tell you about the first TV tower ever which you can find in Stuttgart in the south of Germany. In the early 1950s the Süddeutscher Rundfunk (South German broadcast corporation) intended to install its antennae on a 200-m-high iron structure for ... Read the complete review
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