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Although they were called "twins," the Twin Towers differed slightly in height, with one standing 1,368 feet tall and the other rising only to 1,362 feet tall, according to Skyscraper.org. Each building had 110 stories. More »

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The twin towers, as the north and south towers of World Trade Center in New York City were known, were destroyed in coordinated terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. Islamic extremists hijacked four commercial airliners t... More »

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Each tower of the World Trade Center in New York City had 110 floors. This made them the tallest buildings in the world until 1974. More »

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One interesting fact about the Twin Towers is that they were actually designed to withstand a possible plane crash. Another fact is that tightrope artist Philippe Petit performed an illegal tightrope walk between the two... More »

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The World Trade Center, commonly referred to as the Twin Towers, represented economic and military strength, according to National Geographic. On Sept. 11, 2001, the Twin Towers were attacked by Taliban terrorists. More »

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The twin towers, the two tallest buildings in the World Trade Center complex, were 1,368 and 1,362 feet tall. The two towers, known as One and Two World Trade Center, each had 110 stories. More »

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Lists of the world's tallest towers are available at SkyscraperCenter.com and InfoPlease.com. An additional list with information on the tallest buildings and structures in the world is available on Wikipedia.org. More »

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