It represents Kuwaiti liberation, the sure sign of the country’s resurgence. It is one of tallest telecommunication towers in the world. The tower is 372 meters in height, and is 40 meters taller than the Eiffel Tower.
The tower was named after the nation was liberated from the multinational coalition which happened due to seven months of Iraqi occupation during the Gulf War.
The structure has been built by use of ceramic tiles on the façade from the base to the first mezzanine level, which is 308 meters above ground level.
The tower and telecommunication complex is divided into three; a public communications center, a restaurant at 150 meters and the revolving observation level, and the plant and equipment structure. The tower has eighteen elevators, which are also the fastest in the world, operating at the speed of 6.3meters per second.
Located above the revolving mezzanine, are the six office floors, the section being encased in anodized aluminum, to withstand the extreme temperatures in Kuwait.