Moscow Octod Tower

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Octod tower
View from inside

Moscow Octod Tower is a 258 metres (846 ft) tall lattice tower in Moscow, Russia. The Moscow Octod Tower is a lattice tower used for FM- and TV-transmission in an unusual octagonal cross section. Construction work on Moscow Octod Tower started in 2004. It was completed in 2006. The owner of the tower is the broadcasting company "Octod". The company and tower are situated on the territory of the former "October radio center." The address is "Demyana Bednogo str. 24, Khoroshevo-Mnyovniki district," in the western part of Moscow.

Components were made completely of steel at a machine-building plant in Syzran.

The lower sections of the Moscow Octod Tower were assembled using a crane; the top was lowered by helicopter.

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Coordinates: 55°46′53″N 37°29′22″E / 55.7814°N 37.4894°E / 55.7814; 37.4894