Is the Meidum Pyramid taller than the St. Nikolai?

A: No, the Meidum Pyramid is shorter than the St. Nikolai
The Meidum Pyramid is 94 m, (307 ft) tall, while the height of the St. Nikolai is 147 m, (482 ft)
NameName:Meidum PyramidName:St. Nikolai
HeightHeight:94 m, (307 ft)Height:147 m, (482 ft)
LocationLocation:Egypt Location:Hamburg, Germany
Year ConstructedYear Constructed:c. 2610 BC Year Constructed:1846–1874
DescriptionDescription:Shortly after completion Meidum Pyramid collapsed due to bad design/instability and is now 65 m (213 ft). It was the tallest freestanding structure on land from c. 2610 BC to c. 2605 BC Description:Tallest freestanding structure on land from 1874 to 1876
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Name:Meidum Pyramid
Height:94 m, (307 ft)
Location:Egypt
Year Constructed:c. 2610 BC
Description:Shortly after completion Meidum Pyramid collapsed due to bad design/instability and is now 65 m (213 ft). It was the tallest freestanding structure on land from c. 2610 BC to c. 2605 BC
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Name:St. Nikolai
Height:147 m, (482 ft)
Location:Hamburg, Germany
Year Constructed:1846–1874
Description:Tallest freestanding structure on land from 1874 to 1876
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