The tallest building in British Columbia, the recently-completed sixty-two-storey Living Shangri-La tower, is something I was almost entirely ignorant of for ages after moving to Vancouver. Sure, it's the most skyscraping of Vancouver's skyscrapers, but unless you've got a good viewpoint such as Queen Elizabeth Park or somewhere on the North Shore, it gets hidden by the smaller but much more numerous towers you'll find around it. Hell, the first time I visited, I was entirely unaware of its existence.
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