Skyscrapers banned in French capital

Skyscrapers distort the appearance of Paris.

The construction of skyscrapers was banned in the French capital

The construction of skyscrapers was banned in the French capital

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The people of Paris have decided that there is no need to continue building skyscrapers in the French capital. The city's new development plan allows the construction of buildings with a maximum height of 37 meters, equivalent to 12 floors.

This decision was made as a result of the construction of the Tour Triangle tower in the form of a pyramid, which, according to Parisians, distorts the city's architecture. Currently, the triangular tower is considered the third tallest building in Paris.

Note that earlier the city introduced a ban on the construction of high-rise buildings – from 1977 to 2010, skyscrapers in Paris were banned. The last ban was introduced after the construction of the Tour Montparnasse office building, 210 meters high.

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