List of tallest buildings in Rome

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Rome is fourth largest city in the European Union by population within city limits. The city has three skyscrapers above 100 m (328 ft) (one building is still under construction) and several skyscrapers between 70 m (230 ft) and 100 m (328 ft), a total of about ten skyscrapers above 70 m (230 ft). No building of the historic centre of Rome is taller than St. Peter's Basilica, which dominates the skyline of the city.

EUR, the central business district of Rome. Skyscrapers from the left: Telecom Italia Tower (dark colour), Grattacielo Italia (in the background), Ministero Delle Finanze I, II, III towers (central part of picture), INAIL Tower (white colour, in the background) and Palazzo Eni (dark greenish colour).

Tallest buildings[edit]

The list includes buildings (above 70 m (230 ft)) in the city of Rome and its metropolitan area.

Rank Name Image Height
m (ft)
Floors Year Use
1 Torre Eurosky Torreeurosky 155 m (509 ft) 30 2012 Residential, office
2 St. Peter's Basilica St. Peter's 136.6 m (448 ft) 30 1626 Church
3 Torre Europarco 120 m (394 ft) 30 2012 Office
4 Palazzo ENI Torre Eni 80 m (262 ft) 22 1962 Office
5 Ministero Delle Finanze I [1] 79 m (259 ft) 17 1961 Office
5 Ministero Delle Finanze II [2] 79 m (259 ft) 17 1961 Office
5 Ministero Delle Finanze III [3] 79 m (259 ft) 17 1961 Office
8 Telecom Italia [4] Torridellefinanzeroma.jpg 73 m (240 ft) 20 Office
9 INAIL Tower INAIL Tower 72 m (236 ft) 21 1965 Office
10 Grattacielo Italia [5] Italia skyscraper 71 m (233 ft) 20 Office
11 Grattacielo Scacciapensieri [6] Nettuno-2010.jpg 70 m (230 ft) 20 Hotel

Tallest under construction - approved and proposed[edit]

Name Height
m (ft)
Floors Status Use
Torre Verde [7] 130 m (427 ft) planned [proposed] Residential

| Torre Libeskind A |align="center"| 220 m (720 ft) |align="center"| |align="center"| proposed [approved]

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