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Until the 20th century, buildings with a height of more than six floors were rarely built. This was due to the inconvenience of raising the stairs to a greater height. In addition, the suction water pumps used at that time allowed the water to be raised by no more than 10 m.
The development of technologies for steel, reinforced concrete, and water pressure pumps, as well as the invention of safe elevators, allowed to increase the height of buildings tenfold, which is especially in demand in megalopolises where the cost of building area is high.
As of November 2016, there were 3,720 skyscrapers in the world (more than 150 m high), of which 110 are super-high and 1,153 are higher than 200 m; more than 1,080 are under construction, including 143 super-high ones. Construction of 146 more skyscrapers (of which 22 are super high) has been suspended. Most of the skyscrapers (more than 150 m high) in China (along with with Hong Kong and Macao) - 1392, in the USA - 706, in Japan - 227 and in South Korea - 198, in the United Arab Emirates - 197, in Australia - 91, Singapore - 78. In Russia, 38 skyscrapers were built (15th place in the global ranking), another 16 are under construction.
Tall Skyscraper 3D model on Flatpyramid.