An inclined tower
is a tower that was
intentionally built at an incline. The world's tallest inclined tower is the
tower of Olympic Stadium in Montreal, Quebec, which
stands at 574 ft (approx.
175 metres). The Puerta de
Europa in Madrid is a
matching pair of inclined towers.
An inclined tower is used
to hold the roof of Schwarzwald-Baar-Center
, a mall in
Sometimes electricity pylons
powerlines running over steep mountains are built as inclined
towers. Many of such electricity pylons can be found
Dam and in Switzerland.
Inclined towers are also used at some aerial tramways
as support pillars.