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Someone Wants To Build A Futuristic Version Of Sauron's Tower In Africa

Someone wants to build a futuristic version of Sauron's tower in Africa

They call it Al Noor Tower (Tower of Light) and, once built in Casablanca, Morocco, it will be the tallest building in Africa. The 1771-foot (540-meter) building is a project of Sheikh Tarek M. bin Laden, designed by French architects Valode et Pistre, who obviously have been watching too much Lord of the Rings.

Someone wants to build a futuristic version of Sauron's tower in Africa

I mean, come on! Tower of Light? That’s Barad-dûr in real life. It just needs the giant fiery eye.

Someone wants to build a futuristic version of Sauron's tower in Africa

The company says they will start soil testing in 2015.

Someone wants to build a futuristic version of Sauron's tower in Africa

Someone wants to build a futuristic version of Sauron's tower in Africa
Someone wants to build a futuristic version of Sauron's tower in Africa
Someone wants to build a futuristic version of Sauron's tower in Africa
Someone wants to build a futuristic version of Sauron's tower in Africa
Someone wants to build a futuristic version of Sauron's tower in Africa
Someone wants to build a futuristic version of Sauron's tower in Africa
Someone wants to build a futuristic version of Sauron's tower in Africa
Someone wants to build a futuristic version of Sauron's tower in Africa
Someone wants to build a futuristic version of Sauron's tower in Africa
Someone wants to build a futuristic version of Sauron's tower in Africa

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