Burj Khalifa

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Burj Khalifa (A-la-pek-gí: برج خليفة, "Khalifa Thah"), goân-lâi hō Burj Dubai (برج دبي), sī tī A-la-pek Liân-ha̍p Thâu-lâng-kok ê Dubai ê chi̍t tòng mô͘-thian-lâu, ū 828 kong-chhioh koân,[1] sī sè-kài siāng koân ê jîn-chō kiat-kò͘, tī 2004 nî 9 goe̍h 21 ji̍t khí-chō; 2010 nî 1 goe̍h 4 ji̍t chèng-sek khai-ēng. Burj Dubai pí chìn-chêng só͘-ū bô-kâng hêng-sek ê kiàn-tio̍k-bu̍t lóng koh kha koân, lâu-chàn mā kha chē.

"Khalifa" sī ēng Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan lâi hō, i sī Thâu-lâng-kok ê chóng-thóng kap Abu Dhabi ê emir (siú-tiúⁿ ê chheng-hō).

Chham-khó chu-liāu[siu-kái]

  1. Bianchi, Stefania; Andrew Critchlow (2010-01-04). World's Tallest Skyscraper Opens in Dubai. The Wall Street Journal. Dow Jones & Company, Inc. Tī 4 January 2010 khoàⁿ--ê.