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Tallest Buildings Ever

Name the city of the location where the tallest man-made structure is for the time period given.
Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_world%27s_tallest_buildings#Tallest_buildings_.2813th_century.E2.80.931901.29
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Years Tallest
Structure
Height
City
13th Century - 1300
Old St Paul's Cathedral
149 metres (489 ft)
London
1300 - 1549
_______ Cathedral
159.7 metres (524 ft)
Lincoln
1549 - 1647
St. Mary's Church
151 metres (495 ft)
Stralsund
1647 - 1874
__________ Cathedral
142 metres (466 ft)
Strasbourg
1874 - 1876
Church of St. Nicholas
147 metres (482 ft)
Hamburg
1876 - 1880
_____ Cathedral
151 metres (495 ft)
Rouen
1880 - 1890
_______ Cathedral
157.38 metres (516.3 ft)
Cologne
1890 - 1901
___ Minster
161.53 metres (530 ft)
Ulm
1901 - 1908
____________ City Hall
167 metres (548 ft)
Philadelphia
1908 - 1909
Singer Building
186.57 metres (612.1 ft)
New York City
1909 - 1913
Metropolitan Life Tower
213.36 metres (700 ft)
New York City
1913 - 1930
Woolworth Building
241.4 metres (792 ft)
New York City
1930
Bank of Manhattan Trust Building
283 metres (928 ft)
New York City
1930 - 1931
Chrysler Building
318.8 metres (1,046 ft)
New York City
1931 - 1972
Empire State Building
381 metres (1,250 ft)
New York City
1972 - 1974
World Trade Center: South Tower
417 metres (1,368 ft)
New York City
1974 - 1998
Sears Tower
442 metres (1,450 ft)
Chicago
1998 - 2004
Petronas Towers
451.9 metres (1,483 ft)
Kuala Lumpur
2004 - 2010
______ 101
509.2 metres (1,671 ft)
Taipei
2010 - Present
Burj Khalifa
828 metres (2,717 ft)
Dubai
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Oct 10, 2017
Good Quiz!
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Oct 10, 2017
Thank you for another nice comment, WolfCam.