The Kuwait Tower is actually a group of three towers in Arabian Gulf Street in Dasmani.
A symbol of economic resurgence in Kuwait, the towers were built a year after Kuwait's independence from England. A combination of traditional Islamic design with modern architecture, the towers are often compared to the slender minarets of the mosques of Samarkhand and Bukhara. The main tower has a Main Sphere which houses some cafes, restaurants and reception halls, while the rotating Viewing Sphere offers a spectacular bird's eye view of the city. The second tower has a water reservoir while the third one has equipment to supply power to the other two towers as well as some parts of Kuwait.
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