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    • Paul Robinson

      This looks like a place where intergalactic smugglers go to hide from Boba Fett.Clearly someone just set a bucket of dry ice near a bunch of Puzz-3Ds and took a picture.However,this CGI-esque photo is actually city skyline of Dubai (which contains 22 skyscrapers that exceed 75 floors) jutting up through some fog.We imagine that the view you're seeing here can really revolutionize weather forecasting,seeing as how you can measure the altitude of cloud cover simply by leaning out the window.

    • Amy Thompson

      City in the Clouds: Dubai. The view from the skyscraper BurjKhalifa. The height of buildings is 828 m (163 floors).

    • rae t

      Dubai on a cloudy day. Need to see this in person.. In one of those buildings!! Talk about an amazing office view..

    • E

      CLOUD CITY DUBAI. Stunning photograph of Sheik Zayed road in Dubai taken from the top of the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world. E 11 is a highway in the United Arab Emirates.

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