Saakashvili has forgotten that the tallest building in Europe is in Russia

The President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili attended the ceremony of a bookmark facility, entitled «The torch of freedom».
Navigation tower with such a title would be built in Batumi. Its height will be 130 meters, the area of grounds - 900 square meters. m, the agency GHN. According to Saakashvili, the facility will be the same symbol of Georgia, as well as the Eiffel Tower for France. In addition, as the Georgian president, «The torch of liberty» would be «the highest building in Europe».
Note that the last assertion is untrue. The highest building in Europe is located in the Moscow office skyscraper «The tower on the embankment» (268 meters), the highest building in Europe - Ostankino TV tower (540 m), which is also in the capital of Russia.
Yesterday, Georgia's Independence Day celebration was held, which was laid «Torch freedom».

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