Columbia, the fourth most populous city in Missouri, is home to six buildings of at least 100 feet. The tallest building in Columbia is Jesse Hall, which rises 180 feet (55 m) over Francis Quadrangle on the University of Missouri campus. The second tallest building is Paquin Tower in Downtown Columbia at 172 feet. Also downtown, the Tiger Hotel, built in 1927, is located on the Avenue of the Columns.

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  • Columbia, the fourth most populous city in Missouri, is home to six buildings of at least 100 feet. The tallest building in Columbia is Jesse Hall, which rises 180 feet (55 m) over Francis Quadrangle on the University of Missouri campus. The second tallest building is Paquin Tower in Downtown Columbia at 172 feet. Also downtown, the Tiger Hotel, built in 1927, is located on the Avenue of the Columns. (en)
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  • Columbia, the fourth most populous city in Missouri, is home to six buildings of at least 100 feet. The tallest building in Columbia is Jesse Hall, which rises 180 feet (55 m) over Francis Quadrangle on the University of Missouri campus. The second tallest building is Paquin Tower in Downtown Columbia at 172 feet. Also downtown, the Tiger Hotel, built in 1927, is located on the Avenue of the Columns. (en)
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  • List of tallest buildings in Columbia, Missouri (en)
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