Attraction Eiffel Tower Paris
The Eiffel Tower is and remains the symbol of the city of Paris. Around the world to connect the pointed metal, tower with France. Built between 1887 and 1889, the building was given its name by Gustave Eiffel, the designer. The three-hundred-meter-high giant is 10,000 tons and turns it up to 24 meters thanks to the TV aerial. In 2002, the 200 millionth guest was received. Every year over 6 million people and the public visit the Eiffel Tower Paris.
Depending on the courage to make a stop and admire the view over Paris Visitors in 57, 115 or 276 meters. The Eiffel Tower has an area of approximately 200,000 square meters. Every seven years it is repainted. This work takes about 18 months each time and costs 3 million euros. If you do not do this in regular intervals, the tower would already rusted.
Every hour a sea of lights creates a glitter effect, which animates for looking repeatedly at night. The Eiffel Tower Paris is illuminated from inside and outside and offers visitors an unforgettable moment. The tower opened from 09:30 am to 23:00 clock at night and can be reached at the following address.
75007 Paris, France
The Château de Chambord in France
The Château de Chambord is the largest castle in the Loire region in France. One finds the Château de Chambord approximately 15 km east of Blois. The castle was built in the first half of the 16th Century. Its builder was King Francis I and served as a ceremonial and hunting lodge.
It is not known who the builder of the famous Château de Chambord is. However, it is supposed that Leonardo da Vinci’s behind it.
The most striking thing about the castle is still the unusual roof landscape today. The shape is almost unique for such structures.
Around the Château de Chambord flows Cosson, a river that was channelled and is a tributary of the Loire. Around the castle is a park. A 32 km long wall surrounds the whole area. Francis I. Use the associated forest for his hunts. Here, wild boar and deer are hunted to death. With over 5000 acres of the hunting area is as large as the former area of Paris.
The castle itself since 1981 on the UNESCO list of cultural relics and served as a model for the construction of the Schwerin Castle. The castle is open to visitors. You can visit the showrooms and changing exhibitions on various topics.