French climber Alain Robert climbs tower of Burj Khalifa
epa02658525 French climber Alain Robert, nicknamed 'Spiderman', inches his way up the world's tallest tower of Burj Khalifa in the Gulf Emirate of Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 28 March 2011. Alain Robert, a 48-years-old climber, started his climb up the 828 metre high tower, expecting to take about six or seven hours to complete. Robert has been climbing since he was 12 years-old and to date has climbed over 120 buildings. EPA/ALI HAIDER
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