Looking up the Leg of the Eiffel Tower

At 1,000 ft tall, and 7,000 tons, the tower was the world's tallest building until 1930 when the Chrysler Building was completed in Manhattan.

Other statistics include 2.5 million rivets, 300 steel workers, and two years—1887-1889 to construct it. The structure sways at most 12cm in high winds
and it's height varies up to 12cm depending on temperature. Other statistics—15,000 iron pieces, 40 tons of paint, and 1,652 steps to the top.

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