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Two IFC, Hong Kong

Two International Finance Centre, Hong Kong, better known as plain old IFC. It's nobody's favourite Hong Kong skyscraper, yet it's the one you can't seem to escape. Rising 88 floors above Central, all phallic and unsubtle, it has neither the quirky charm of the Bank of China Tower, nor the stately elegance of Central Plaza.

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Jardine House, Hong Kong

Located at 1 Connaught Place, Central, Jardine House was the original Hong Kong skyscraper. Built in 1972 as the third incarnation of the headquarters of the Jardine Matheson company, one of the original Hong Kong trading houses, it was apparently nicknamed the Building of 1000 Assholes when it first opened.

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Bank of China Tower, Hong Kong

If Hong Kong is the city of skyscrapers, no other building embodies this journey skywards more than the Bank of China Tower. An icon of the city and seemingly everybody's favourite Hong Kong high-rise, the Bank of China Tower has had almost twenty-five years in which to cement its place as Hong Kong's most recognisable building.

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Central Plaza, Hong Kong

It may look like the space rocket from 1980s cartoon Button Moon, but Central Plaza is perhaps the most elegant of all the Hong Kong skyscrapers. Completed in 1992 and standing 374 m tall, Central Plaza is 78 storeys of high-rise chunkiness that dominates the Wan Chai skyline and maybe even that of Hong Kong Island itself.

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