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DJIBOUTI TOWERS - will be the tallest complex of skyscrapers in Africa

Post by sarcasm » 23 Feb 2021, 10:14

We spend our time discussing what we are doing today; not what we should be doing. So here's what we should be doing; instead of causing and celebrating massacres, mayhem, destruction bloodshed.

DJIBOUTI TOWERS

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Russian architect Alex Wizhevsky has designed an incredible high-rise cultural and business center in the form of the national emblem with the working title "DJIBOUTI TOWERS".

This is the first complex of skyscrapers in the world, embodying the national symbols of the country - Republic of Djibouti. Due to its uniqueness, it will become a symbol of the gateway to East Africa.

The project is an incredible composition of three towers. The central tower represents a spear and a shield and the star at its top symbolizes the unity of the nation. There are two symmetrical towers on both sides of the spear. They are designed in the form of two traditional Djibouti daggers, decorated with elements symbolizing a Laurel wreath. The Laurel wreath represents the peace granted to the people of Djibouti after independence on June 27, 1977.

"DJIBOUTI TOWERS" will be the tallest complex of skyscrapers in Africa, the height of which will be 243 meters.

It is expected that representatives of large international business, financial sector and retail will be located on the territory of two towers, each of them will be 43 floors high.

The project has already been approved by the President and the Government of the Republic of Djibouti. Moreover, the construction was provided with the piece of land, which is allocated in the city of Djibouti, which is the capital.

What the complex will include:

Four-level basement floor; Trade & Entertainment Centre with boutiques, restaurants, cinemas and Concert and Exhibition hall; Business center with representative offices of large companies; Private residence; Luxury hotel; Panoramic restaurants and observation decks; The heart of the complex is a rotating ball, symbolizing the union of all peoples, races and cultures of Africa; Conference halls for receiving high-ranking delegations, as well as observation decks and panoramic restaurants.
There is no doubt that the construction of the towers will transform the region into a business district with a developed infrastructure, business environment and eco-friendly green spaces. Djibouti new architecture will attract a large flow of tourists and investment to East Africa, which means great importance for the development of the region.

As the chief architect of the project, Lex Wizhevsky, says: "We hope that the business and cultural development center "Djibouti Towers" will become a symbol of peace and national unity of the Horn of Africa states."



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Re: DJIBOUTI TOWERS - will be the tallest complex of skyscrapers in Africa

Post by Cigar » 23 Feb 2021, 13:24

Good for Djiboutti even though the concept of being the peaceful gateway to the horn of Africa message is not about peace and cooperation with neighboring countries when the symbol of the building is about war and destruction - Shield & Spear?
What the fu*ck is using spears and shields has to do with peace. For one any country in the horn can destroy Djibouti regardless its spears and shields symbols.
And then no other envy country or entity is breathing evil in Djiboutti's neck.
Thirdly Djibouti is not an independent nation.
Since 1952 Ethiopia and Eritrea would have built 100ds of peaceful buildings had they were not entangled with the west's created agendas wars which cost 1000000000000 fold what it is costing Djiboutti to try to build such nonsense building.
Shields and Spears are not what the horn needs as per PIA and PMAA bright future of the region and its peaceful vision.
But Eritrea and Ethiopia will show the world how they are determined to keep the peace in the region with real PEACE buildings which will be prohibited to you thieves, envious, cowards and evil agames.
And with no shame you are advocating for peace in the region when it is only woyanes aka tegarus who are being obstacle to peace? GTFO.

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Re: DJIBOUTI TOWERS - will be the tallest complex of skyscrapers in Africa

Post by Zack » 23 Feb 2021, 14:05

Djibouti is aiming for the sky not bad we welcome these developments.cigar you are reading to much about the spear symbol its just an issa warrior symbol. It's like the camel symbol of Eritrea. When we know your people and kebessa clan are agricultural. But it represent the tigre beja afar folks of ereteriya.



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Re: DJIBOUTI TOWERS - will be the tallest complex of skyscrapers in Africa

Post by Cigar » 23 Feb 2021, 14:46

Zack the filthy agame, a newly born camel as*s singer, would you put the spear in your agame as*s hole as you do sniff the camel's a'ss hole?
Camel is an animal, just like lions, tigers and other symbolic animals.
Spear and shields are not peace symbols or gestures, you weasel.
And the last country which should invite others to go to war with its spears and shields should be the aid inflicted none independent country aka Djiboutti.
If Djibouti was not protected by its colonizers as we speak, Ethiopia or Somalia could have annexed it to them.
I don't mind if it is going to build what ever it is which can promote peace and neighborly progress through peaceful gestures, but to point spears to others is daring the region to fu*ck it deep.....if only it is not surviving with the umbrella of its white masters.

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Re: DJIBOUTI TOWERS - will be the tallest complex of skyscrapers in Africa

Post by kerenite » 23 Feb 2021, 14:57

sarcasm wrote:
23 Feb 2021, 10:14
We spend our time discussing what we are doing today; not what we should be doing. So here's what we should be doing; instead of causing and celebrating massacres, mayhem, destruction bloodshed.

DJIBOUTI TOWERS

DESCRIPTION

Russian architect Alex Wizhevsky has designed an incredible high-rise cultural and business center in the form of the national emblem with the working title "DJIBOUTI TOWERS".

This is the first complex of skyscrapers in the world, embodying the national symbols of the country - Republic of Djibouti. Due to its uniqueness, it will become a symbol of the gateway to East Africa.

The project is an incredible composition of three towers. The central tower represents a spear and a shield and the star at its top symbolizes the unity of the nation. There are two symmetrical towers on both sides of the spear. They are designed in the form of two traditional Djibouti daggers, decorated with elements symbolizing a Laurel wreath. The Laurel wreath represents the peace granted to the people of Djibouti after independence on June 27, 1977.

"DJIBOUTI TOWERS" will be the tallest complex of skyscrapers in Africa, the height of which will be 243 meters.

It is expected that representatives of large international business, financial sector and retail will be located on the territory of two towers, each of them will be 43 floors high.

The project has already been approved by the President and the Government of the Republic of Djibouti. Moreover, the construction was provided with the piece of land, which is allocated in the city of Djibouti, which is the capital.

What the complex will include:

Four-level basement floor; Trade & Entertainment Centre with boutiques, restaurants, cinemas and Concert and Exhibition hall; Business center with representative offices of large companies; Private residence; Luxury hotel; Panoramic restaurants and observation decks; The heart of the complex is a rotating ball, symbolizing the union of all peoples, races and cultures of Africa; Conference halls for receiving high-ranking delegations, as well as observation decks and panoramic restaurants.
There is no doubt that the construction of the towers will transform the region into a business district with a developed infrastructure, business environment and eco-friendly green spaces. Djibouti new architecture will attract a large flow of tourists and investment to East Africa, which means great importance for the development of the region.

As the chief architect of the project, Lex Wizhevsky, says: "We hope that the business and cultural development center "Djibouti Towers" will become a symbol of peace and national unity of the Horn of Africa states."


Wow...

I was expecting such important news to be broken by AbyssiniaLady. However, you were faster.

Go... Go.. Go djibouti...you are on the right path.

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Re: DJIBOUTI TOWERS - will be the tallest complex of skyscrapers in Africa

Post by EPRDF » 23 Feb 2021, 16:41


Djibouti is our city, a big sister of Dire Dawa. Anything that beautifies Djibouti is welcome. However, this skyscraper thing is unnecessary and wasting money in Djibouti's case in my opinion.

There are neighborhoods like Carta sei, Carta de..etc inside Djibouti city which has so terrible image, it is just the worst kind of ghetto site one can find on our planet. And as the matter of fact, these neighborhoods cover more than half of Djibouti city's landmass. So instead of improving and developing those parts of the city why spending this much on fancy skyscrapers not far from there?

African leaders never know what their priorities are, or I even doubt even they ever know what the word priority means.

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Re: DJIBOUTI TOWERS - will be the tallest complex of skyscrapers in Africa

Post by AbyssiniaLady » 23 Feb 2021, 17:00

EPRDF, you are over exaggerating, Nairobi Kibera is the worst slums in the world, but you are right, It's unnecessary and waste of money.

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Re: DJIBOUTI TOWERS - will be the tallest complex of skyscrapers in Africa

Post by sarcasm » 23 Feb 2021, 20:33

kerenite wrote:
23 Feb 2021, 14:57

Wow...

I was expecting such important news to be broken by AbyssiniaLady. However, you were faster.

Go... Go.. Go djibouti...you are on the right path.
Checkout my old thread about port developments if you have free time.
viewtopic.php?f=17&t=51917

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Re: DJIBOUTI TOWERS - will be the tallest complex of skyscrapers in Africa

Post by EPRDF » 23 Feb 2021, 21:14

AbyssiniaLady wrote:
23 Feb 2021, 17:00
EPRDF, you are over exaggerating, Nairobi Kibera is the worst slums in the world, but you are right, It's unnecessary and waste of money.
But Kenya never dreamt to erect state of art building such as this one we see. This a kind of structure is be seen only in Oil rich Dubai and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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Re: DJIBOUTI TOWERS - will be the tallest complex of skyscrapers in Africa

Post by Digital Weyane » 23 Feb 2021, 21:55

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