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Madrid Fire Heats up to 1500 Degrees Celsius

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Firefighters, battling a skyscraper office block blaze, have estimated that the temperature in the 106m-high Windsor skyscraper reaches 1500 Degrees Celsius. Photo by www.elpais.es
Politics: 13 February 2005, Sunday.

The fire described as the worst in Madrid's history has reportedly broke out because of a short circuit.

Firefighters, battling a skyscraper office block blaze, have estimated that the temperature in the 106m-high Windsor skyscraper reaches 1500 Degrees Celsius.

The tower, located in the heart of the capital's financial district, had been undergoing renovation since mid-2003. It is one of the most familiar buildings on the modern Madrid skyline, with the area having undergone major renovation over the past 30 years.

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