SKYSCRAPER MAPS
-based on illustrations from ©SkyscraperPage.com

The purpose of making these maps is to show where the concentrations of tall buildings are in the world. It is also easy to locate the tallest building of a continent or a city by looking at the maps. The scales are almost accurate between the buildings, so you can really compare the height of buildings in different countries, but of course not between the maps and the buildings. The maps are made by me, but the illustrations are copied from ©Skyscraperpage, with permission from its owners, and the names of the illustrators are presented under the maps. Many of the building illustrations are made by me, under the pseudonym Nightsky, though. If you have any question or opinion, you can write in the guestbook. The rules for each region can be read to the left in each map. The reason that there are different rules for each region is simply because the sizes are so different, both between the structures and the geographic locations. This is the only set of skyscraper maps on the web!

For each region, click and choose resolution:

NORTH AMERICA
medium resolution
large resolution
EUROPE
medium resolution
large resolution
CENTRAL ASIA
medium resolution
large resolution
SOUTH AMERICA
medium resolution
large resolution
AFRICA
medium resolution
large resolution
EAST ASIA
medium resolution
large resolution
 
AUSTRALIA
medium resolution
large resolution
  SOUTH ASIA
medium resolution
large resolution
 
USA
medium resolution
large resolution
  MIDDLE EAST
medium resolution
large resolution

Illustrations:

Patrick “Nightsky” (project coordinator)
James Raymond
Damien Koh
Vaidas Pauzuolis
Patrick Griffin
Bill Mocarsky
Didier Maleig
Eduardo Segundo Hernandez
John Hinds
Martins Jegorovs
Zhen
Michael Royer
Rick Ruiz
Maleig
Jochen Hertweck
G.S. Montreal
Tresor
Vasiliy Meshko
Tim B
Cesar
Jai SSC India
Chibcha
Mike Royer
A Twu
Andrew Macey
Malec
Neptune

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