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The Bucharest Telephone Palace, built between 1929 and 1934 was until the 1970s a landmark of the urban skyline of Bucharest, overlooking the entire architectural landscape of the city. In fact, rising to more than 52 meters in height, it was for decades the tallest building from Bucharest , and the first representative structure of the skyscraper style in Romania. But this is no surprise, given the team of architects in charge with designing and building the structure consisted of specialists (such as Edmond van Saanen Algi and L.S. Weeks) who had the experience of the back then fashionable architectural styles prominent in cities like New York.