Grozny-City Towers

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Grozny-City Towers

The Grozny-City Towers is a five-star skyscraper hotel and business centre complex located near Grozny Central Mosque in Grozny, Chechnya. It stands at 492 ft (150 m)[1]

2013 Fire[edit]

On April 3, 2013, the Grozny-City Towers Facade Clocks in Grozny, Chechnya, Russia caught fire and one side of the 40-story building[2] was engulfed in flames, which burned for approximately 8 hours.[3] No one was injured or killed in the blaze. More than 100 firefighters and 16 fire engines fought the blaze.[4] The building known locally as "Olympus" housed a 5 star luxury hotel and an apartment belonging to French film star and French tax exile Gérard Depardieu, whose apartment was on the 27th floor facing the "Heart of Grozny."[5][6] The structure's interior survived largely intact however and has been fully repaired and reopened as of 2015.


The architectural design belongs to Deniz Ceyhun Baykan [7] and Structural design was done by Yüksel Konkan.[8]

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Coordinates: 43°18′56″N 45°41′52″E / 43.31556°N 45.69778°E / 43.31556; 45.69778