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Tales of the Tower

Learn about the Eiffel Tower by exploring its history, construction facts, designing architect, and reputation as Europe's most visited monument. Can't go to Paris to see the real thing? Take the interactive tour and view panoramas of Paris from the
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Learn about the Eiffel Tower by exploring its history, construction facts, designing architect, and reputation as Europe's most-visited monument. Can't go to Paris to see the real thing? Take the interactive tour and view panoramas of Paris from the top.

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