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Pagcor tower.jpg
Artist's sketch of PAGCOR Tower
General information
Status Never built
Type Observation
Location Parañaque, Metro Manila, Philippines
Coordinates 14°31′12″N 120°58′39″E / 14.5198631°N 120.97754°E / 14.5198631; 120.97754
Owner Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (as envisioned by its Fmr. Chairman Ephraim Genuino)
Antenna spire 665 m (2,182 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 112

The Pagcor Tower (Tagalog: Tore ng PAGCOR) was a proposal for a 665 m (2,182 ft) tall observation tower near Manila Bay in Manila, Philippines. The tower was meant to be constructed as the landmark of the now opened Pagcor City (or Entertainment City Manila), an integrated leisure area with hotels, shopping malls, convention centers and casinos. If built, it would be one of the world's tallest towers in the world, beating Japan's Tokyo Skytree.[1]

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  1. ^ (on 17/8/10) (2002-11-27). "The Philippines aims to strike gambling gold". Retrieved 2011-04-08. 

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