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Kuwait Towers is a group of three towers located in the capital city of Kuwait, Kuwait City. They were designed by the Swedish architect Sune Lindström and built in 1979. The towers are considered one of the main landmarks of the country and an important tourist attraction.

The tallest of the three towers stands at a height of 187 meters and has two spheres, one of which contains a restaurant, while the other is used for water storage. The other two towers, which are also connected to the tallest tower, are 145 meters high and are used for electricity generators.

The design of the towers is inspired by Islamic architecture, with the spheres resembling the domes of mosques. The towers are covered with 55,000 blue-green glazed tiles, giving them a distinctive appearance.

Visitors can access the observation deck located in the taller tower and enjoy panoramic views of the city and the Arabian Gulf. The restaurant, located in the upper sphere of the tower, offers a unique dining experience with stunning views.

The towers were closed for renovation in 2012 and reopened to the public in 2016 with new features, including a museum and a water park. The museum showcases the history and culture of Kuwait, while the water park offers recreational activities for visitors.