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History of Skyscrapers Skyscraper HistorySkyscrapers FactsFamous Skyscrapers HomeSkyscraper History Skyscraper History - Development of SkysrapersSkyscrapers appeared for the first time in 19th century in United States in the time of the greatest development. Encouraged by the invention of commercial elevators and new
  The term skyscraper was coined in the 1880s, shortly after the first tall buildings were constructed in the United States -- but the history of tall buildings dates back hundreds of years. Since the Middle Ages, engineers have engaged in a battle for the sky. San Gimignano towers Before there were skyscrapers,
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A skyscraper is a tall, continuously habitable building of over floors , mostly designed for office, commercial and residential uses. A skyscraper can also be called a high-rise , but the term skyscraper is often used for buildings higher than . For buildings above a height of ft), the term Supertall can be used, while
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