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The Ashgabat Flagpole is a flagpole in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. It is 133 metres (436 feet) tall, making it the 5th tallest free–standing flagpole in the world. It was erected on 26 June 2008. It has since been surpassed in height by the 160 m (525 ft) Panmunjeom flagpole (North Korea), the 162 m (531 ft) National Flagpole (Azerbaijan), the 165 m (541 ft) Dushanbe Flagpole (Tajikistan), and since October 2014 the 170 m (558 ft) Jeddah Flagpole (Saudi Arabia). Despite the flagpole's height it is not the largest structure in Ashgabat.
- "Emporis– Ashgabat flagpole". Emporis.
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