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Deira Twin Towers

Deira Twin Towers
ديرة البرجين التوأمين
General information
Status Complete
Type Multi-use
Location Rigga Al Buteen, Dubai, UAE
Completed 1998
Roof 102 metres (335 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 22
Design and construction
Architect Leo A. Daly [1]

The Deira Twin Towers (Arabic: ديرة البرجين التوأمين‎), also known as the Dubai Twin Towers or Rolex Towers are located in eastern Dubai, United Arab Emirates, in Deira. The buildings form part of Dubai's old downtown along the Dubai Creek, in the locality of Rigga Al Buteen.

The Twin Towers, constructed on April 16th 1998, are multi-use buildings and contain a shopping centre, a residential tower and an office tower. The shopping centre consists of several stores, restaurants, coffee shops and a food court. [2] Each building is 102 metres (335 ft) in height and has 22 floors.


  1. ^ Deira Twin Towers at Structurae
  2. ^ and were nearly destroyed by a fire in 1995 but no one was injured Twin Towers.
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