What’s the tallest building in Europe?

Excluding numerous radio towers, the tallest building in Europe at present is the Commerzbank located in Frankfurt, Germany. It was built in 1997, stands 981 feet/294 meters, and has 63 stories. It should be well noted that in terms of its world rankings, the Commerzbank would only list somewhere in the mid-twenties for highest buildings, standing far behind the many neckbreaking skyscrapers found in parts of Asia and the United States.