The Mercury City tower, right, is being constructed in Moscow, Russia, Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012. Moscow is reclaiming bragging rights for having Europe’s tallest building after losing the distinction for a few months to London. The mixed office and residential tower called Mercury City has topped out at 338 meters (1,109 feet), officials of its development company said Thursday. (AP photo / Mikhail Metzel)

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The Mercury City tower, right, is being constructed in Moscow, Russia, Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012. Moscow is reclaiming bragging rights for having Europe’s tallest building after losing the distinction for a few months to London. The mixed office and residential tower called Mercury City has topped out at 338 meters (1,109 feet), officials of its development company said Thursday. (AP photo / Mikhail Metzel)
The Mercury City tower, right, is being constructed in Moscow, Russia, Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012. Moscow is reclaiming bragging rights for having Europe’s tallest building after losing the distinction for a few months to London. The mixed office and residential tower called Mercury City has topped out at 338 meters (1,109 feet), officials of its development company said Thursday. (AP photo / Mikhail Metzel)
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