The Eiffel Tower is at Champ de Mars, beside the Seine River in Paris.
The Eiffel tower is an iron tower, located in Paris, France. It is next to the Seine River and is located on the Champ de Mars. It is one of the seven wonders of the world.
The Eiffel tower is a magnificent tall iron structure. It was built by the French structural engineer Alexandre Gustave Eiffel in 1889. It is a massive 984-foot structure, and consists of two immense parts: a base and the towering peak. The base is composed of a platform, resting on four separate supports. The towering peak is a slender tower, which rises upwards and is above the base and second platform.
The Eiffel tower is one of the famous attraction spot in Paris. The tower was a great attraction spot at the Paris Expo; almost two million of visitors visited the tower in a period of five months. It was built for the World Exhibition in 1889, which was held in celebration of the French Revolution in 1789. Its nearest stations are the Paris Métro station in Bir-Hakeim and the RER station is Pont de l'Alma. The tower is located at the intersection of the quai Branly and the Pont d'Iéna. It is the most visited tower all over the world. The tower has two restaurants: Le 58 tour Eiffel, on the first floor 311 ft (95 m) above sea level; and the Le Jules Verne, which is a gastronomical restaurant on the second floor, with a private lift.