Australia's second-largest city Melbourne could possibly have the tallest building in the southern hemisphere after approval Monday for a new 388-metre (1,280 foot) apartment and hotel complex.
Image provided by Australia 108 on March 18, 2013 shows an artist's impression of the Australia 108 in Melbourne. Melbourne could possibly have the tallest building in the southern hemisphere after approval Monday for the new 388-metre apartment and hotel complex.
The Victorian state government said Australia 108 would become the world's 19th tallest building on completion and would be "an outstanding addition to Melbourne's skyline".
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