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What the view looks like from 8 of the tallest buildings in the US

INSIDER Logo By tlakritz@insider.com (Talia Lakritz) of INSIDER | Slide 1 of 17: One World Trade Center in New York City is the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere.Four different states are visible from the Willis Tower in Chicago, Illinois.The US Bank Tower in Los Angeles features a glass slide jutting out from the 69th and 70th floors.Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.Skyscrapers are a memorable fixture of major city skylines across the US. The buildings themselves are impressive sights to behold, and the views they offer at the top are even more breathtaking.Not all of the tallest buildings in the US have observation decks that are open to the public, and those that do have closed them due to the coronavirus pandemic.Here's what it's like at the top of eight of the tallest buildings in America.Read the original article on Insider

What the view looks like from 8 of the tallest buildings in the US

  • One World Trade Center in New York City is the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere.
  • Four different states are visible from the Willis Tower in Chicago, Illinois.
  • The US Bank Tower in Los Angeles features a glass slide jutting out from the 69th and 70th floors.
  • Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.

Skyscrapers are a memorable fixture of major city skylines across the US. The buildings themselves are impressive sights to behold, and the views they offer at the top are even more breathtaking.

Not all of the tallest buildings in the US have observation decks that are open to the public, and those that do have closed them due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Here's what it's like at the top of eight of the tallest buildings in America.

Read the original article on Insider
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