Kuwait Towers are part of the Kuwait Water Towers supply system. The last three are out of 34 built in the country, and with their aesthetics, they deserve to become a favorite landmark among locals. The tallest tower is 187 meters high and contains two spheres. In the lower one, there are 4500 cubic meters of water, and in the higher one, which is has a height of 123 meters is a rotating cafe. The middle tower has only one sphere and also contains 4500 cubic meters of water. The third tower contains lighting equipment. The towers were designed by Danish architect Malene Bjørn and completed in 1979.