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The Liberation monument marks the freedom of Kuwait from its Iraqi colonial powers. It the highest tower in the world and is among the most important Kuwait attractions.
The liberation monument is the world's largest telecommunication tower. The liberation monument is the symbol of nationalism in Kuwait and was inaugurated in the year 1996, March 10. HH Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmad Al- Jaber Al-Sabah inaugurated world's largest tower of telecommunications. The tower is located in the city of Kuwait. The liberation monument is of 372 meters and its height is 40 meters. A Kuwait tour takes you to view the liberation monument because of its historical significance.
The liberation monument speaks of the Iraqi aggression. During the Gulf war Iraqi troops had occupied Kuwait. The liberation monument as the name suggests stands for Kuwait's revival from Iraqi aggression during the gulf war. The front of the tower, from the ground to the first floor is decorated with tiles made from ceramic. The first floor is 308 meters high from the basement. Three natural shades of light shape the tower geometrically.
There are 18 elevators, each of which have the capacity of 21 passengers. There are three working areas in the tower: a center for public communications, a rotating mezzanine with a restaurant situated at a height of 150 meters and a plant with equipment structures. There are six floors in the rotating mezzanine and they are designed with anodized aluminum to bear the extreme temperature of the gulf country.
The liberation monument in Kuwait is worth visiting owing to all its special features.
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