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Most Expensive Buildings in Europe

The most expensive buildings in Europe. In this way, it is possible to get an overview of the most costly structures ever built.
# Building City Floors Height Year Cost
1
Palace of the Parliament Bucharest 12 276 ft 1988 $3,000,000,000
2
The Shard London 73 1,004 ft 2013 $1,900,000,000
3
Elbphilharmonie Hamburg 25 361 ft 2016 $1,027,510,000
4
New United States Embassy London 13 180 ft 2017 $1,000,000,000
5
Mercury City Moscow 75 1,112 ft 2013 $1,000,000,000
6
Roche Turm Bau 1 Basel 41 584 ft 2015 $588,305,000
7
5 Broadgate London 13 226 ft 2015 $548,901,470
8
Den Norske Opera & Ballett Oslo 11 115 ft 2008 $511,440,162
9
De Rotterdam Rotterdam 44 496 ft 2013 $510,000,000
10
Evolution Tower Moscow 55 807 ft 2015 $500,000,000
11
WestendGate Frankfurt am Main 47 523 ft 1976 $500,000,000
12
Koncerthuset Copenhagen 6 148 ft 2009 $430,000,000
13
Sky Tower 1 Wrocław 56 696 ft 2012 $400,000,000
14
Westendstraße 1 Frankfurt am Main 53 682 ft 1993 $400,000,000
15
Main Tower Frankfurt am Main 55 656 ft 1999 $350,000,000
16
Torre de Cristal Madrid 53 820 ft 2008 $339,590,604
17
MesseTurm Frankfurt am Main 55 842 ft 1990 $322,000,000
18
Upper West Berlin 33 390 ft 2017 $320,122,000
19
Imperia Tower Moscow 60 783 ft 2011 $300,000,000
20
Commerzbank Tower Frankfurt am Main 58 850 ft 1997 $280,000,000
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