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If you’re visiting Paris, you simply must visit the Eiffel Tower. I took this photo above and I just love the amazing structure which dominates the landscape.

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Whose names appear on the Eiffel Tower?

The names of 72 prominent French scientists and famous personalities are affixed on the sides of Eiffel Tower, just beneath the first platform – you can see 18 names per side, on each of the four sides.

Did anyone die during the building of the Eiffel Tower?

There was only one death during the construction of the Eiffel Tower.

When did Monsieur Eiffel die?

Alexandre Gustave Eiffel died on December 27, 1923 in Paris.

How many steps are there on the Eiffel Tower?

From the ground, there are 347 steps up to the first level.

From the first level, there are 674 up to the second level.

From the second level, there are 1710 steps to the topmost third level small platform.

How far can the public climb using the stairs?

The public can use the steps only up to the second platform – the third platform is only accessible by using the elevators.

Is the Eiffel Tower the tallest structure in Paris?

The Eiffel Tower was the tallest structure when it was built, but newer buildings have been constructed which now surpass the height of the Eiffel Tower.

Is the Eiffel Tower open every day?

Yes, the Eiffel Tower is open to the public every day of the year.

 

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Paris, France 75001
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