Did the Eiffel tower ever have any sorts of accidents?
Yes, the Eiffel Tower has had numerous accidents over the years. Sadly, many people go to the Eiffel Tower to just commit suicide.
The Eiffel Tower has never collapsed.
No, the Eiffel Tower has never had to be reconstructed.
No its made out of steel
No. There is a very higher tower in Japan that is over 600' tall.
dont think so!
Eventually, all things crumble, but, barring some horrific tragedy, the Eiffel Tower should stand for decades, if not centuries, to come.
No, the Eiffel Tower has never caught fire. It's constructed of iron, so it would be difficult to burn in any event.
no he never did any work on the eifel tower
because it will go rustey they have to paint it ever 7 y
Yes, there have been many birthday celebrations held there.
Not in the foreseeable future, but everything comes to an end in the end.
No. The Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower) was built approx. 80 years after the Eiffel Tower, and the tallest building before the Sears Tower was the World Trade Center.
It hasnt. ^ l Who ever wrote this thinks he's a smart alek.
yes fredrico majarti
The Eiffel Tower was at one time the tallest structure in the world. This was while it was being built and it surpassed the height of the Washington Monument. It stands 1,063 feet tall and is the tallest structure in the city of Paris.
Only in movies like the great race. never in real life thankfully...
well we are not sure but gustave eiffel won the rights to keep it up for 20 years and ever since it has been a famous land mark.
It was the first-ever manmade structure taller than the Great Pyramid in Egypt. So yes.
The most famous monument in Paris is probably the Eiffel Tower since that is the coolest site that anyone has ever seen.
No, of course not. Many people lived by skydiving and also me by Tigress from Paris, France
Answer:The volcano on mars It is about 17 miles high(27 km) That is like 84 times taller than the eiffel tower.
A 'sketch' that was personally presented to a crewmate of the "S.S. United States" for good service by Dali as he was a regular passenger on the liner depicted the Statue of Liberty shaking hands with the Eiffel Tower. The sketch was stolen from the crewmate's desk as he stepped out briefly and has been missing ever since.
Highly doubt it. Although he was in in Paris until early 1888 (tower construction began in 1887), he spent his final years in the south of France. The tower was completed in 1890, the year he passed. I wonder if he ever saw it completed?
it cost far more than you can ever imagine. so just give up. it's good for you.
It is open every day; hours may differ depending on season, weather or security issues. It is suggested you call before visiting.
No it wasn't ,the highest tsunami ever recorded loomed to a height of 1,700 feet (520 meters)-almost twice as tall as the Eiffel Tower.
It is because of the shape of the structure. The base is much wider than the top allowing for stability. The structure was made behind the science of wind resistance and its also made of still iron. The tower sways 6-7 cm in the strongest winds. As long as it is properly maintained, there is no reason for it to ever fall. However, the Eiffel Tower is made of steel, and like any steel structure… Read More
The Eiffel Tower is structurally sound and very stable due to it's structure and shape. It provides little wind resistance but bends ever so slightly on sunny days due to the expansion of the metal on the sun-facing side (only to around 10 cm). In 1956 the top floor was damaged by fire and it has been often hit by lightning due to its height.
Eiffel realised that the height of the tower could be utilised as an observatory. In 1889, he started using the peak of the tower as an observation station for the measurement of the wind speed. Other scientists also conducted experiments at the tower. Subsequent to experimentation in the sphere of meteorology, Eiffel began to observe the relationship and the effects of wind and air resistance. This science was later on classified as aerodynamics, which has… Read More
The Eiffel Tower has been painted in a number of different colors throughout its history, but today, it is painted a color called "Eiffel Tower brown," which turns out to be the color of milk chocolate, and it is used in three very slightly different shades at different elevations of the tower (higher elevations use a lighter shade), in order to accentuate the impression of height. The paint is synthetic, lead-free, and silicone-based, and the… Read More
The Eiffel tower does not sway in the wind at all. It is very big, very tall, and very,very, strong. The observatory at the top of the Eiffel tower noted a record movement of 13 cm during the tempest of December 1999 (under winds of 240 km/h). The Eiffel does not, or practically not, move in the wind. Its lattice structure allows for minimal wind pressure, which Eiffel engineers had to kept under a 70… Read More
no. He was an engineer.
Everything expands by in summer. Objects expand when exposed to heat and contract when exposed to cold. This is one of the most essential rules of physics. Have you ever crossed over a bridge and noticed some metal parts on the road (shark teeth shape) that divide the bridge in sections? In summer time the "teeth" are closer to each other, because of the heat in the air and road. Same thing happens with telephone… Read More
It never did. It was supposed to last only twenty years!! Some people thought it would collapse even earlier. It is wayyy over the 20 year mark and is still in excellent shape. Glad i could help:)
What does the Eiffel Tower Represents. The architect, designer, and engineer of the Eiffel Tower was the man for whom the structure is named, Gustave Eiffel (French, 1832-1923). This historic structure was the main attraction at the Exposition Universelle (World Fair) of 1889 that was hosted by and held in the city of Paris. This event also marked the celebration of the Centennial of the Revolution of 1789. The structure was not designed, like a… Read More
The word have at the beginning of a sentence is always a verb: sometimes a main verb in the imperative; sometimes a helping/auxiliary verb. Main imperative verb: Have a good time at the party! Helping/auxiliary verb: Have you ever seen the Eiffel Tower?
yes there was
Accidents happen and sometimes cheerleaders have died.
NO it isn't a volcano
you cannot ever beat the battle tower. but if you have completed the sinnoh pokedex then the battle tower will help you complete it. you can battle at the battle tower as long as you want.
they will ask you if you'll ever wear makeup. If you'll ever wear high heels. Crazy questions.
No,but they are making it safer.
yes according toscientificexperiences.
It has always been said that if the ravens should ever leave the Tower of London it would cause the fall of The British Empire.
They Are The Ravens Of the Tower, It is said if the Ravens Ever Leave, the Monarchy, The Tower and The Empire will Fall ( its obviosely Nonsense but still interesting)
"There have definitely been some accidents. It is extremely dangerous when handling a fork lift, since it so easy to cause an accident. That is why there are accidents that happen."
Yes, the renamed it the willis tower.. who ever wrote they aren't going to change it is stupid...
There has only ever been one Tower Bridge in London. It was available to use from 1894.
The Tower of London is still classified as a Royal Palace but hasn't been used as such for centuries.