World: ‘Mirror Line’ is going to be ready in Saudi Arabia, know its specialty

The building will be about 120 km long, the building will be ready at a cost of 800 billion pounds i.e. 766 billion rupees.

Saudi Arabia, famous for its high-rise buildings, is planning to build a ‘Sideway Skyscraper’ at a cost of 800 billion pounds, or 766 billion rupees. This building will be about 120 km long. It is being claimed that 50 lakh people will live in it. The project has been named ‘Mirror Line’ as mirrors will be used in its construction. It is said to be roughly the size of Massachusetts and taller than the Empire State Building.

Reportedly, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman announced his plans for the massive building in January 2021. At the same time, Saudi Arabia also said about the purpose of building its pyramid on the lines of the Egyptian pyramid. Organizers are questioning the cost of the project. Will people be willing to live in confined spaces after the pandemic, they ask. The side-by-side skyscraper ‘Mirror Line’ will be part of ‘Neom’, a desert city. It will have two 1600 feet high buildings. Which will be parallel to each other in the desert. It will take 50 years to build it. These would be so long that engineers would need struts to account for the curvature of the Earth. It will have its own high-speed railway line.

According to the report, the massive project will pass through mountain ranges and deserts from the Gulf of Aqaba in the west of the country. It will take 20 minutes to walk from one end of the building to the other. It will be powered by renewable energy. There will also be fairs and greening of houses and fields where five lakh people can get food. Residents have to subscribe to the building for 3 meals a day. Prince Mohammed bin Salman said the building would be carbon neutral and would have its own stadium 1,000 feet above the ground.

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