The Eiffel Tower, located in Champ de Mars in Paris, is a tall wrought-iron structure made by man.
It is one of the most famous monuments of the world. It is the most famous landmark of Europe, held
the record as the tallest man-made structure of the world from 1889 to 1930 with its height of 324 meters.
The Eiffel Tower is named after the owner of the company who designed and built the tower, Engineer Gustave Eiffel.
In celebration for the centennial year of the French Revolution of 1789, France was getting ready for a
World Exhibition. France wanted to showcase their advancement in the construction industry by building a
marvelous structure, and the Eiffel Tower was born.