Paris is more than the capital of France, it is the
cradle of great events such as the French Revolution, the Enlightenment, the
French May; the city of love, the city of lights, of fashion, of art, of
gastronomy, of music, of science and literature; what makes it one of the most
visited it in the world, talking about this emblematic city, you cannot forget
to mention its greatest architectural icon as is the famous Eiffel Tower, also
called the iron lady (the dame de fer) that fascinates all Parisians and
tourists who visit it.
The Eiffel Tower is located in the Champs de Mars, on the banks of the Seine River, being the highest structure of the city, it has a height of 324 meters (including the antenna) is one of the most photographed and visited monuments in the world; inspiration for poets, painters, filmmakers and anyone who is hypnotized by its romantic charm. You can climb it through an elevator or stairs and admire it from almost any angle, drinking a delicious coffee, feasting on a pancake or enjoying a glass of wine on a boat on the Seine, walking on the famous Trocadero square or simply marveling when the lights come on from the tower to illuminate the Parisian night.
This great structure was designed by the engineer
Gustave Eiffel, finishing its construction on May 6, 1889 when its doors were
opened for the first time to the public, in the framework of the World Fair of
the Universal Exhibition and to commemorate the centenary of the Revolution
French; originally intended to be destroyed twenty years after the Universal
Exposition however in 1900 the French Navy added a radio antenna at its highest
point that allowed it to be saved from destruction; the tower began to be used as a relay station
for telegraphy and radio. In 1921 the first radio program of France was
broadcast from there; the tower even survived the Nazi invasion in the 1940s;
that is why even 129 years later, the Parisian iron lady is still the object of
fascination for those who visit it.
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