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This week, The Answer Man looks at architectural marvels.

1. Name the world's largest low-rise office building, with a total floor area of 6.6 million square feet.

2. Name the tallest freestanding structure in the Western Hemisphere. And where is it?

3. There is a building that is more than 2,716.5 feet tall, has more than 160 stories and holds many records, including having elevators with the longest travel distance in the world. Name this building and its location.

4. The foundation stone of an expiatory church was laid on March 19, 1882, and construction continues on the building to this day. When the church is finished, it will have 18 towers — 12 dedicated to Jesus' apostles, four to the evangelists, one to Jesus and another to Mary.

Name this architectural wonder and its location.

5. Name the tunnel that is currently both the longest and the deepest operational rail tunnel in the world and is also the longest undersea tunnel in the world. And where is it?

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1. The Pentagon.

2. The CN Tower, which is in Toronto.

3. Burj Khalifa, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

4. Basilica de la Sagrada Familia, in Barcelona, Spain.

5. The Seikan Tunnel, Japan.

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