In pictures: Daredevils scale Dubai's Princess Tower

Group takes pictures at top of world's tallest residential building
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Russian daredevil Alexander Remnev and a group of friends recently scaled Dubai's Princess Tower - the world's tallest residential building at 1,350ft - before getting his camera out to take what could be one of the ultimate 'selfie' photographs. (Pictures: Alexander Remnev)
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The 19-year-old Russian was on holiday in the Emirate and boasted of climbing to the top of several skyscrapers during his stay in Dubai.
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Remnev said: "Dubai has amazed me with its skyscrapers and views from them. We love the height of Dubai - it is a city of skyscrapers. We climbed on top of as many as we could."
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A look at Remnev's Facebook page shows similar stunts in cities all over the world, including Paris, Riga, Moscow, Volgograd and Barcelona.
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