Revealed: Dubai among world's 20 best skylines

New list compares cities by the visual impact of their skylines based on their buildings' floor count
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Building website www.emporis.com has released its latest listing that ranks cities by the visual impact of their skylines. Macau ranks at No. 20 in the list
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At No 19 is Mumbai, India's commercial capital. The ranking in this list is drawn entirely from statistics on the website's database, and reflects only completed high-rise buildings as defined by the Emporis Standards Committee (ESC)
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18. Rio de Janeiro -- The calculations in the Emporis list do not include TV towers, masts, bridges, or other structures
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About the formula: Each building is assigned points based on its floor count. The point total for each city is calculated automatically and displayed. At No. 17 on the lost is Kuala Lumpur. \n\n
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16. Beijing, China
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15. Shenzhen, China
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14. Chongqing, China
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13. Toronto, Canada
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12. Moscow, Russia
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11. Guangzhou, China
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10. Tokyo, Japan
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9. Bangkok, Thailand
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8. Dubai, UAE
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7. Shanghai, China
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6. Seoul, South Korea
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5. Sao Paulo, Brazil
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4. Singapore
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3. Chicago, US
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2. New York City, US
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1. Hong Kong