El edificio más alto por país en América Latina


Torres Opisado en Monterrey (se completará en 2020) Fuente: en.wikipedia.org

(The tallest building by country in Latin America.)

  1. Torres Obispado: Monterrey, Mexico = 1,002′ (2020) 
  2. Gran Torre Costanera: Santiago, Chile = 984′ (2014)
  3. J.W. Marriott Hotel: Panama City, Panama = 932′ (2011)
  4. Yachthouse Residence Club 1 & 2: Balneario Camboriú, Brazil = 922′ (2020)
  5. Marque Central Complex (East Tower): Caracas, Venezuela = 837′ (1983)
  6. Alvear Tower: Buenos Aires, Argentina = 791′ (2018)
  7. BD Bacatá (South Tower): Bogota, Colombia = 709′ (2015)
  8. Torre Anaconda 27: Santo Domingo, Domincan Republic = 561 (2017)
  9. Torre Antel: Montevideo, Uruguay = 525′ (2002)
  10. Girasoles Tower: La Paz, Bolivia = 492′ (2013)
  11. Torre Banco de la Nación: Lima, Peru (2015) = 459′ (2015)
  12. Torre The Point: Guayaquil, Ecuador = 448′ (2013)
  13. Icono Tower: Asuncion, Paraguay = 446′ (2011)
  14. FOCSA Building: Havana, Cuba = 425′ (1956)
  15. Torres Igvanas Tara Eco City: San Pedro Sula, Honduras = 402′ (2017)
  16. International Waterfront Tower C: Port-of-Spain, Trinidad & Tobago = 394′ (2008)
  17. Torre El Pedregal – Multiplaza: San Salvador, El Salvador = 341′ (2009)
  18. Torre Paseo Colón 2: San Jose, Cosa Rica = 332′ (2015)
  19. Condominio Premier Club: Guatemala City, Guatemala = 331′ (1999)
  20. Atlantis Royal Tower East: Paradise Island, Bahamas = 305′ (1998)
  21. Banco de América: Managua, Nicaragua = aproximadamente 200′ (1970)
  22. Jamaica Pegasus Hotel: Kingston, Jamaica = 197′ (1973)
  23. Digital Turgeau: Port-au-Prince, Haiti = 161′ (2008)
  24. Saint Peter and Paul Cathedral: Paramaribo, Suriname = 144′ (1901)
  25. Caracol: Cayo District, Belize = 141′ (1200 BC)
  26. Central Bank of Barbados: Bridgetown, Barbados = 128′ (1986)
  27. Immaculate Conception Cathedral: St. George’s, Grenada = 120′ (1818)
  28. Le Meridien Pegasus Guyana: Georgetown, Guyana = 105′ (1969)
  29. Financial House: Roseau, Dominica = 85′ (2003) y St. George’s Anglican Church: Basseterre, St. Kitt’s & Nevis = 85′ (1859)
  30. National Insurance Building: Castries, St. Lucia = 82′ (?)
  31. St. John’s Cathedral: St. John’s, Antigua & Barbuda = 70′ (1845)

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