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Spanish skyscraper forgets elevator

Agencies | Updated: 2013-08-12 08:26
Spanish skyscraper forgets elevator

The unfinished InTempo apartment towers, Europe's tallest residential building at 200 metres (650 ft) high when finished, is seen in the Spanish eastern coastal village of Benidorm near Alicante, August 11, 2013. According to Spanish local media, an alleged planning error left the 47-floor towers with lifts for 20 floors, and the construction firm's 92 million Euro credit was taken over by Spain's bad bank Sareb. [Photo/Agencies]

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