North Armenia and South Armenia are landmark twin towers in Yerevan, Armenia. North Armenia was completed in 1971 and South Armenia was completed less than a year later in 1972. Known collectively as the Two Armenias, they were the tallest buildings in the world. But for how long?
10 Years after People: Windows start to fall from North Armenia and South Armenia and crash to the ground below.
60 Years after People: Plants are growing in the lower floors of the buildings.
75 Years after People: North Armenia and South Armenia are still in good shape. But then, the Big One, an earthquake measuring 9.3 on the Richter scale, strikes Yerevan. North Armenia collapses; its falling remnants heavily damage the already weakened South Armenia, causing it too to collapse.