Dubai’s Burj Khalifa Lights Up With Colors

The news has stunned everyone in Dubai, Paris, Toronto, London, Istanbul, and New York that the Burj Khalifa lights up with colors.




It is not the first time when this marvelous building is beautified on a special occasion. Every year on Halloween, Christmas, Eid days, and other festivals, the Burj Khalifa is made beautiful.

A lot of people get attracted towards this gorgeous and tall building. It has a roof height of 2,717 feet. With its antenna included, it stands a total height of 2,722 feet.

We all know that it is one of the tallest and most amazing structures in the world. Its construction began back in 2004. It took developers almost five years to finish its construction. By 2010, the Burj Khalifa was opened to the public.

It would not be wrong to say that its design is unique, and the purpose of building it is to diversify from an oil-based economy. Due to its presence, Dubai has gained international recognition. The name of the building is after the ruler of Abu Dhabi and president of the United Arab Emirates, Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

The design of the Burj Khalifa was presented by Adrian Smith, whose firm designed the Willis Tower and One World Trade Center. Hyder Consulting was a supervisor and served throughout the construction of this skyscraper.

Its overall look has been inspired from some great pieces of architecture, including the Great Mosque of Samarra. The Y-shaped tripartite floor geometry optimizes residential and hotel space.




Every year, numerous people come to the UAE to take a glimpse of this remarkable building. It has various offices and commercial centers. Also, you can find numerous branded shops and outlets within its premises.

For all persons of Dubai, New York, Toronto, London, Istanbul, and Paris, it is an ideal tourist spot. You must visit it once in a lifetime to get fully inspired by its unique architecture and beauty.

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