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The Eiffla tower was built for the French Revolution organised on the occasion of the world exhibition to the centenarian anniversary. The tower served as the entrance gate to lands of the exhibition.

She was named from the surname for French engineer of construction of bridges of Aleksander of Gustaw Eiffla.

The building consists of over 18000 elements joined with oneself over 2.5 with million of rivets and is weighing about 10500 metric ton.

The highest tower of world Team built 250 of men in the time which was found phenomenal.

The tower is being repainted every 7 years, 50 metric ton of dark-bronze paint are running down to it.

Since the time of opening the building to over 167 million of people visited the tower today. The building attracts 3 million of people every year.

Counting from Earth there are 347 steps to the first platform, 674 steps to second and 1710 steps to the small lorry on the top of the tower.

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  • Copyright: Wieslaw Krajewski (wkraj) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 137 W: 1 N: 85] (1268)
  • Genre: Lugares
  • Medium: Cor
  • Date Taken: 2007-05-26
  • Exposiçăo: f/4.5
  • Versăo da Foto: Versăo Original
  • Date Submitted: 2007-11-11 1:18
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