3803 KM is the designation of a free-standing lattice tower used for broadcasting purposes, which was built in several towns of former Soviet Union after 1954 for FM- and TV-broadcasting. Towers of this type, which was developed by the Soviet Institute for Steel Construction, are still in use in many towns of former Soviet Union and are often characteristic landmarks of these towns. The 3803 KM tower is 180 metres tall and has in 140 and 148 metres height a deck for antennas.
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