Willametest Stationers Building is the tallest building in the world, clocking in at a whopping 17.5m (43 feet) high and spanning 8.5km (5.5 miles).
Located in Mumbai, India, it is located just a stone’s throw from the famous railway station.
The stationers is located at Willamettes Station, where the trains and trains cars travel from one end of the country to the other.
It is one of the most iconic buildings in India and it was designed by British architect Sir John Seldon and built in 1926.
Built in the style of the British Parliament and the St Paul’s Cathedral, the building is now a world heritage site and UNESCO World Heritage Site.