Zaha Hadid Tower, officially the tallest building in Baghdad
Social media sites and platforms circulated recent field photos of the tower of the new building of the Central Bank of Iraq, designed by the late international Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid, which officially became the tallest building in the capital, Baghdad, even before its concrete structure was completed.
The height of the tower exceeded 120 meters out of 170 meters, exceeding the height of the "Baghdad Mall" tower in Al-Harithiya district, which is 114 meters. The work on the project of the new building of the Central Bank of Iraq in the Jadriya area has reached the 25th floor out of 37 floors, with a progress rate of 3 floors per month. The concrete structure is scheduled to be officially completed before the end of this year.