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C.N Tower

Science Project
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Strahinja Ciric

on 23 October 2012

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The CN Tower By: Ajit and Strahinja The CN Tower is 1,815 feet (553 m) Building the model By Strahinja The CN Tower is the world's largest free standing structure
Construction on the CN Tower began on February 6, 1973 and finished up about 40 months later in June 1976
1,537 workers worked five days a week, 24 hours a day to build the CN Tower
The CN Tower was built at an original cost of $63 million
On April 2, 1975, Erickson Air-crane helicopter placed the final piece of the CN Tower's antenna into place, officially making it the world's tallest building This is a picture of the C.N Tower The CN Tower My CN Tower That is the base of it. I used green clay to make the trees and the base (grass) and under is a wooden base. Amazing Facts Structural Facts and info By Ajit The actual part of the tower I used clay and to hold it on the actual base I used bamboo sticks and clay. The top was made of clay and I stuck a wooden stick to support it. The CN Tower was built to withstand an earthquake of 8.5 on the Richter scale
In 1995, the CN Tower was named a Wonder of the Modern World
The upper parts of the CN Tower were built to withstand winds
Lightning strikes the CN Tower an average of 75 times per year
Long copper strips run down the CN Tower to grounding rods buried below ground to prevent damage
The CN Tower dims the lights they don't need on the outside during bird migration seasons to prevent bird injuries
Six glass-faced elevators reach the deck in 58 seconds
The CN Tower's Glass Floor was the first time someone ever did that and the glass could have 14 large hippos stand on it and not break
The 360 Restaurant makes a complete rotation every 72 minutes giving diners a changing view of Toronto Now let's show you our C.N Tower Through out the whole body we put a wooden support in the middle. We tried to put as much detail at the top like we made some vents and the lights. Also we tried to add detail to the deck. The End!! The f the CNower is t
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