History of the Eiffel Tower
The Eiffel Tower was built to commemorate the French Revolution. The Eiffel Tower is not a Parisian attraction, it is a world-famous name. During World War II, Hitler ordered the destruction of the Eiffel Tower.
Although it has been violated. It was also decided to open it after 20 years of construction. But before that, the Eiffel Tower has spread its fame all over the world. The 131-year-old tower is attracting domestic and foreign tourists and is bringing prosperity to the country’s economy.
Age after age, year after year, this pillar made of iron has been standing like this, which is one of the signs of the seventh wonder. But the question is, is it something that tourists can see around Paris, which attracts tourists all year round?
The Eiffel Tower is located on the banks of the Seine River in Paris. Gustav Eiffel built it in 179. This huge tower with a height of 1050 feet was completed by only 300 workers in 2 years 2 months and 2 days.
Until 1940, it was the tallest tower in the world at 300 meters.
The Eiffel Tower attracts many tourists as the beauty of the whole city can be seen from the top of the tower. Millions of tourists come to Paris every year centered on the Eiffel Tower alone.
After sunset for 5 minutes every hour, the light of 20,000 bulbs captures a unique beauty that makes it attractive to tourists.
On special days, The Eiffel Tower is decorated with special colors. As a result, the beauty of the Eiffel Tower is further enhanced. There is no place to catch the mole, the crowd of domestic and foreign tourists is eye-catching.
The Eiffel Tower has not only enhanced the beauty of France but also contributed to the national economy.