it is 10,100 tons (or 7,300 tons if you consider only the metal frame). The pressure on the ground is equal to that oa a man sitting on a chair (4.5 kg/sq centimeter)
When built: 1887-1889
Why: International Exhibition; France to have the world's tallest building.
Designed by Gustave Eiffel, a bridge builder. The plans covered 6,000 square metres of paper.
How built; in a factory, then put together on the site like a giant Meccano set by 300 builder. Held together by 2,500,000 rivets.
PRICE: exactly 1 franc per kilogram.
WEIGHT: 7,000 tons, putting a pressure on the ground of 56 lbs per square inch - less than a man sitting on a chair. A scale model a foot high would weigh a quarter of an ounce (7 grams).
HEIGHT: Originally 984 feet; now, with TV mast, 1.058 feet.
EXPANSION: the tower is 6 inches higher on a very hot day.
SWAY: only 5 inches in the strongest winds. PLATFORMS: at 187 feet, 377 feat, 898 feet.
Going up the tower is not compulsory for visitors to Paris. The view from the top is over-rated. I recommend the second floor. Go up by lift, walk down the stairs.
VIEW from the top on a clear day, 42 miles.
10,100 tons is the weight of Effeil tower
The total weight of the tower is 8.56 millionkilograms or 9,435.7 tons.
the Eiffel tower is of iron construction, 7,300 tons. The total weight is 10,000 tons which includes various other metals
There is no simple answer to the question because grams are not a measure of weight, but of mass. The weight of the Eiffel Tower is approx 71.6 billion millinewtons.
about 10,000 tons
the Eiffel tower weights 10,100 tonnes. The metal structure itself weights 7,300 tonnes out of that total. the Eiffel tower wieghs as much as ur momma just ask her im sure she wieghs tat much too
There can be no answer because kilograms are used to measure mass and not weight.
The metal structure has a mass of 7300 tons (total weight 10,100 tons)
the eiffel tower was built by gustave eiffel
an iron structure of aprox 10,000 tons
The Eiffel Tower was built between the years 1887 and 1889. (A total of 121 years as of 2010)