How far is Notre Dame from the Eiffel Tower?
The distance going by foot between Notre Dame and the Eiffel tower is 4.4 km (2.7 miles). Just a few minutes if you catch the RER C at St Michel. The distance as the crow flies is 4.0 km or 2,27 miles.
How far is it from the Louvre Notre Dame and Eiffel tower Can you walk to all three or is it too far?
Notre-Dame to the Louvre is a pleasant stroll. You could walk to the Eiffel Tower from there, but it's about 2 miles. Plenty to see on the way, though. The whole walk would make a good day's sightseeing.
The Eiffel tower is located IN Paris, on the right bank of the Seine river.
The Eiffel tower is far taller than Liberty Statue.
Notre Dame is exactly in the heart of Paris, on the "ile de la CitÃ©", where the city was first built 2000+ years ago.
You can see about 59 kilometers to 37 miles from the top of the Eiffel tower.
From the Town hall in the center of Boulogne Billancourt to the Eiffel tower, the distance is 5 kilometers.
There is 1,665 steps to the second floor of the eiffel tower. This is as far as the stairs go.
The distance when walking between the Arc and Notre-Dame is 3.0 miles. The distance as the crow flies is 2.84 mi / 4.58 km. About 3 miles
the Eiffel tower is 932 km away (by road) from the town of Nice. that's a driving time of 8H30.
it is more of an pyramid if you look at it from far
The road distance between the Eiffel tower and Gare de Lyon is 7.2 km (4.5 miles).
It is 35.2-kilometers from Charles de Gaulle Airport to the Eiffel Tower. Total drive time is an average of 35-minutes.
use google maps
You can see up to 70 kilometres away from the Eiffel tower, but most of the horizon is limited to a range of 10 to 30 kilometres by the landscape around Paris.
90 miles north
The road distance between the Eiffel tower and the Grand Palais is 2 km (1.2 mile). As the crow flies, the distance is 1.6 km (1 mile).
The Gare du Nord is in Paris, a mile or so north of Notre-Dame.
I have no fu CK ing idea.
2.7 Kms via Rue Maubeuge
the Eiffel tower is 2 kilometres away from the Arc de Triomphe (up the Champs ElysÃ©es) and just a little more in its farthest part.
Due to the Earth curvature, you cannot see the Eiffel tower from as far as London. The Eiffel tower is taller than the London Eye, but at the top of it the farthest point you can observe, using a telescope on a clear day, is 90 kilometres away (woods in the direction of Rouen, downstream the Seine valley).
The Eiffel tower is 300 metres tall without the antenna, 324 metres to the top of the antenna. You can go up as far as 276 metres, the last bit is closed to the public.
What is the name of the painting by Marc Chagall that showed a cat and the Eiffel tower and the french flag?
there are two paintings (as far as I know) of Marc Chagall with the Eiffel tower: les mariés de la Tour Eiffel (the newlyweds of the Eiffel tower) and Paris par la fenêtre (Paris through the window). None has a French flag, but the second one has a man-faced cat sitting on the window sill.
Baltimore is 6.115 kilometres away from Paris (3.800 miles).
The shortest driving distance is 88 km (54.6 miles).
The distance between the Louvre museum and the Eiffel tower is 4 km. ---it's 3km as the crow flies...taking surface streets would add a little, but not much...3 km is about 1.9 miles, by the way. 4km
you can see the Eiffel tower - with or without its lights - from the heights of Triel-sur-Seine, about 31 or 32 kilometres away in bee line from the site. The official website states that the flooding lights on the top could be seen as far as 80 kilometres away; there is no indication regarding the "regular" lighting.
the Hard Rock Cafe is located 14 boulevard Montmartre, the Eiffel Tower is Quai Branly. The distance by road is 4,456m - around 8 minutes by car in normal traffic conditions, or about 40 minutes walk.
the RER line C station 'Champ de Mars - Tour Eiffel' is just near the bridge a few yards away from the tower. The underground station 'Bir-Hakeim' (line 6) is 200 metres away.
That would be a function of the glide ratio of the paper airplane in question.
there is about 27 km from Roissy CDG to Paris, with a direct RER rail link.
Yes, so far as the building is made if a conductor of heat, it will expand. The same rule applies to the Eiffel Tower!
You can see about 40 miles on a good day, and the whole of Paris - though the tower is some way from the centre, so you can't see much detail
While the tower was built as the entrance arch for the 1889 World's Fair in Paris, France, it holds much more significance. It was the tallest building in the world until 1930 and has been elevated to icon status by movies, especially. It is the undisputed symbol of Paris, and often even used as a symbol for all of France. It is a monument of beauty. The Eiffel Tower has attained great importance as a… Read More
it cost far more than you can ever imagine. so just give up. it's good for you.
The Eiffel tower is 324m high which would give a theoretical distance to the horizon ( if the surrounding land was perfectly flat) of 64.9km. However, the highest observation platform is at 276.1m which gives a 59.9km distant horizon. The actual distance varies depending on the relative level of the ground in the direction of view, and the atmospheric conditions, weather etc.
Yes. You can either walk up (this only goes as far as the second floor) or go up in a lift (the lift goes all the way to the top. The lift is more expensive
nahh man just go there There is limited availability to buy tickets online at the moment as one of the lift's is not working. So best to book really far in advance or just go there ; )
Of course the Poodle is as much a part of Paris as flat-topped Gendarmes ( police) or the Eiffel Tower and outdoor cafes, Mais Oui, Poodles are French. Pierre is by far the most common male name for the dogs.
There are many famous buildings in Europe, far too many to mention. Here are just some at random: Arc Du Triomphe. The Vatican. Buckingham Palace. The Colosseum. The Reichstag. The Berlaymont Building. Westminster. Notre Dame. Newgrange. Vienna Opera House. Barcelona Cathedral.
the answer before was horrible. this is the correct answer: Los Angeles, California (Our Lady of the Angels) (Mississippi River's original name) The River of the Immaculate Conception Cartago, Cost Rica (Mary showed herself as alittle black doll) Asuncion, Paraguay (The Assumption of Mary) Santa Maria, Ohio (Where Columbus landed with his ship named the Santa Maria which means Saint Mary or Holy Mary) This answer is far more thorough in my opinion. for thos… Read More
It's amazing because it is. France is a beautiful country that influences countries as far as Canada (french is their second language) and is home to some of the most popualr dishes and foods in the world. France also has Paris. You know, the Eiffel tower? Everbody knows what that is.
As far as i know the title for a women is "DAME" . i know of one Ms. Dame Maggie Smith.
The plot is far too heavy and grave for juvenile cartoon fare. Even iif it takes place in the past, the plot is far too anticlerical and, well Film Noir. The l996 cartoon somehow twisted the plot around to allow for a happy conclusion for the deformed title character and his paramour. I don"t know how they did it, but both parties died in the original. ( Esmeralda and Quasimodo).
The current rates (age 25+ / age 12-24 / age 4-11 and disabled) are: Stairs (as far as the 2nd level) €5.00 / €3.50 / €3.00 Lift (as far as the 2nd level) €8.50 / €7.00 / €4.00 Lift (to the top) €14.00 / €12.50 / €9.50 (€1 = approx. £0.80 as of January 2013)
2008: CBS Sportsline Alumni Tracker http://www.sportsline.com/collegefootball/alumni-tracker#A Miami - 55 Georgia - 54 LSU - 50 Michigan - 50 Ohio State - 47 Florida - 43 USC - 42 FSU - 42 Per Espn - 9/14/2008 http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/college?letter=m Miami - 45 Georgia- 40 LSU- 40 FSU- 39 Michigan- 39 Ohio St-37 Tenn- 37 Texas - 35 USC - 33 Notre Dame - 32 Auburn, Cal, Florida, VT - 31 Actually, the most players have been produced from… Read More
It doesnt really matter how far your speakers are from the tower.
Tower of Giza? As far as I can tell there is no such thing. If you mean the pyramids of Giza, no, the Romans did not create them, they were made by the Egyptians. Tower of Giza? As far as I can tell there is no such thing. If you mean the pyramids of Giza, no, the Romans did not create them, they were made by the Egyptians. Tower of Giza? As far as I… Read More
As far as is known, no. She may have served an apprenticeship in the Tailoring trades, By the way she was , originally, a Swiss! Coco Chanel was taken as a charity case with her sisters to Notre Dame when Coco Chanel was around 17-18. This was after she was at Aubazine Orphanage. She was not pampered and neither were her sisters, but from the rich girls to good attitude she learned how to act… Read More
well as far as i know the leaning tower of Pisa is a leaning tower!!!