Al-Waqf Tower
Al-Waqf Tower
Localisation
Coordonnées 29° 23′ 09″ N 47° 59′ 13″ E / 29.385904, 47.98683229° 23′ 09″ Nord
       47° 59′ 13″ Est
/ 29.385904, 47.986832
  
Pays Drapeau du Koweït Koweït
Localité Koweït City
Adresse Sharq
Présentation
Construction 2006-2009
Usage(s) Bureaux
Statut En construction
Détails
Nombre d'étages 50
Personnes en rapport
Architecte(s) Abdul Aziz Soud Al Babtain

Géolocalisation sur la carte : Koweït

(Voir situation sur carte : Koweït)
Al-Waqf Tower

La Al-Waqf Tower est un gratte-ciel en construction au Koweït, il devrait être terminé en 2009 et comporter 50 étages.

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