Eiffel Tower

Did the Eiffel tower ever have any sorts of accidents?


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2014-08-23 04:56:29
2014-08-23 04:56:29

Yes, the Eiffel Tower has had numerous accidents over the years. Sadly, many people go to the Eiffel Tower to just commit suicide.


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