Is the Lincoln Cathedral taller than the Woolworth Building?

A: No, the Lincoln Cathedral is shorter than the Woolworth Building
The Lincoln Cathedral is 160 m, (525 ft) tall, while the height of the Woolworth Building is 241 m, (791 ft)
NameName:Lincoln CathedralName:Woolworth Building
HeightHeight:160 m, (525 ft)Height:241 m, (791 ft)
LocationLocation:England Location:New York City, United States
Year ConstructedYear Constructed:1092–1311 Year Constructed:1913
DescriptionDescription:The central spire was destroyed in a storm in 1549. While the reputed height of 525 ft (160 m) is accepted by most sources, others consider it doubtful. If the reputed height is to be believed, it was the tallest freestanding structure on land from 1311 to 1549Description:
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Name:Lincoln Cathedral
Height:160 m, (525 ft)
Location:England
Year Constructed:1092–1311
Description:The central spire was destroyed in a storm in 1549. While the reputed height of 525 ft (160 m) is accepted by most sources, others consider it doubtful. If the reputed height is to be believed, it was the tallest freestanding structure on land from 1311 to 1549
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Name:Woolworth Building
Height:241 m, (791 ft)
Location:New York City, United States
Year Constructed:1913
Description:
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