Construction of the Tokyo Sky Tree, the world's tallest communications tower and second-highest building, finished Wednesday, two months late because of the quake and tsunami that struck Japan last March.
The 634-metre-tall Tokyo Sky Tree tower in eastern Tokyo. The Sky Tree is the world's tallest communications tower and construction was two months behind schedule because of the quake and tsunami that struck Japan last March.
Tourist bosses in the country hope the 634-metre (2080-foot) tower will be a big draw for foreign visitors, whose numbers have plummeted in the aftermath of the disaster and the nuclear crisis it sparked.
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