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ArcelorMittal Orbit - a landmark that London inherited from the Olympic Games 2012. It is an observation tower 115 meters high. It located in Stafford, in the Olympic Park near the Olympic Stadium and Water center. From the observation platforms of the structure, you can see the panorama the entire Olympic village.
ArcelorMittal Orbit Tower or simply Orbit - the largest sample of English public art. The architects of the building were Enish Kapoor and Cecile Balmond. The construction of the tower lasted more than a year and required more five hundred meters of tubular steel made from recycled materials. Total weight the steel structure weighs two thousand tons. It took about 19 thousand liters paints.
According to the architects, their inspired by the Tower of Babel. And if you look closely at the metal orbit, you can see the outline of the Olympic torch.
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