How Many Sparkling Lights Are There On The Eiffel Tower?


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vijanti dhanji Profile
vijanti dhanji answered
The Eiffel Tower is one of the Seven Wonders of the World. It is an iron tower built on the Champ de Mars right beside the River Seine in Paris, France. It is the tallest location in Paris and one of the fine pieces of Art. This beautiful tower was made and named after Gustave Eiffel. A huge crowd of people visit this beautiful tower the entire year. Ever since its creation 200,000,000 have visited this place.

The tower consists of a huge amount of spot lights on it. Any they are exactly 20,000, which sparkle through out the night. The tower weights 7,300 tones. And in the year 1902, it was struck by lighting, which damaged all the 20,000 lights on the towers, and it was a major destruction. But all of the damaged spot lights were removed. The Eiffel Tower is a major attraction to people and they visit this place to witness its beauty. No wonder due to its unique design and construction, it is a huge attraction to the tourist. The tower looks like a building all covered up with sparkling and glittering shine of the lights. It for sure is a view to be seen.
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Arjun Mitra answered
This is a very simple question. The number of lights that light up the Paris skyline in the night are 20000 exactly. It is a very common question asked by curious tourists that see the monument in the night. The tower was constructed in the year 1889 by designer architect Gustav Eiffel.

The tower is a universally recognised structure in the modern world. It is one of the greatest feats in architecture and engineering .At the time when it was constructed, it was the greatest. It is built on the champ de mars next to the river seine in the city of Paris. In the year 1902 the tower was struck by lightning and the all the lights were damaged. Then all the twenty thousand of the light bulbs on the tower had to be replaced.
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5 Mil.
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