Ever wondered what the tallest skyscrapers are in Europe? Discover towering skyscrapers and go up the highest floor! With skyscrapers at almost two thousand feet in Russia, to famous skyscrapers over a thousand feet in the city of London, you'll never be able to imagine how tall these buildings are until you're standing in front of it. This list of 20 Tallest Skyscrapers will have you hopping on an elevator to the top floor!
The Lakhta Center in Saint Petersburg, Russia is the tallest skyscraper in all of Europe. It holds the title as the 14th tallest building in the world.
The Federation Tower is located in Moscow, Russia. The tower is a complex that consist of two skyscrapers. One known as the East Tower and the other as the West Tower.
The Shard is located in London, England and was originally known as the "London Bridge Tower". It is now known as The Shard for its unique pointed shape.
The Skyland is the name for Istanbul's tallest skyscrapers. There is Skyland-1 and Skyland-2 that stands right next to each other with Skyland-1 being the tallest.
Commerzbank Tower in Frankfurt is the tallest building in all of Germany and is actually now owned by Samsung of Korea.