SWF: Kuwait Towers

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The Kuwait Towers is a distinct architectural expression and a cultural icon of Kuwait. The three towers are made of reinforced concrete and located in the Kuwait City.

The main tower of 187 metres height serves as a restaurant and water tower. It has a viewing sphere which rises to 123 meters above sea leval and completes a full round every 30 minutes. The second, and middle tower, stores up to one million gallons of water. The third tower houses equipment to control the flow of electricity and illuminates the two bigger towers

The Kuwait Towers opened to the public in March 1979.

I captured these images on my way back from office last evening.

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11 Responses to “SWF: Kuwait Towers”

  1. Very impressive. I had already picked my fav for the week….but now, these are the winners! I love these. Very dramatic. Stay safe and have a great SWF

  2. Quite interesting subjects for a SkyWatch shot. I would love to see those myself someday!

  3. Oh wow, these are gorgeous towers. Such a unique shape.

  4. Pretty amazing!! Nice blog!

  5. Very cool shapes… Very mysterious…

  6. The shapes of these towers are so fascinating! They almost look like unique musical instruments! Great shots!

  7. I await in happy anticipation of what you will bring us next. These are beautiful towers especially with the detail close up. Nice skywatsch post.

  8. Great Shots – and thanks for a unique perspective! Bravo!
    Cheers, Klaus

  9. Thanks everyone!

  10. yes yes yes these are very very interesting towers indeed, been there and seen them up close, they are magnificent.

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