Tianjin Radio and Television Tower

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Not to be confused with Tianjin Tower.
A view of the Tianjin TV Tower from its base
A view of the Tianjin TV Tower and the surrounding grounds

The Tianjin Radio and Television Tower is a 415.2 metres (1,362 ft)[1] tower in Tianjin, China used primarily for communication. It was built in 1991 at a cost of $45 million. Approximately two-thirds up the tower is an observation pod with floor space 253m (830 feet) (used mostly for communication equipment). It is a member (10th tallest) of the World Federation of Great Towers.

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  1. ^ "Tianjin Radio and Television Tower". Retrieved 20 November 2011. 

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Coordinates: 39°5′31″N 117°10′30″E / 39.09194°N 117.17500°E / 39.09194; 117.17500