Eiffel Tower Essay Answers – Flashcards

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1) History 1 Eiffel et Compagnie consulted and constructed the tower but, he didn't come up with the idea. An employe did but Eiffel just added more ornate touches
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Designing and Building the Eiffel Tower
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2) History 2 Several hundred workers spent two years assembling the structure. In March 1889, it stood 1,000 feet high and was the tallest structure in the world
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Designing and Building the Eiffel Tower
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3) History 3 It was originally intended as a temporary exhibit and it was almost torn down in 1909. In World War I it was almost taken down and In World War II, Hitler tried to demolish it
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The Eiffel Tower Becomes a Permanent Feature of the Paris Skyline
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4) Condition Today 1 It is repainted every seven years and 7 million people visit it per year
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The Eiffel tower Becomes a Permanent Feature of the Paris Skyline
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"Eiffel Tower." History. A&E Television Networks, LLC. 2016. Web. 6 April 2016
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5) History 4 They wanted the Eiffel Tower done by the World's Fair
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Historical Facts
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6) History 5 It marks the end of the French Revolution
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Historical Facts
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"Eiffel Tower History." EiffelTowerGuide. n.p. n.d. Web. 7 April 2016
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7) Condition Today 2 When the Paris terror attacks happened the Eiffel Tower was closed
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Paris Attacks
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Allen, Peter."Paris Terror Attacks." dailymail.co.uk. Associated Newspapers Ltd. 20 September 2015. Web. 8 April 2016
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8) Condition Today 3 The Eiffel Tower weighs 10,000 tons and there are 5 billion lights on the Eiffel Tower
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Fun Facts
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Palermo, Elizabeth. "Eiffel Tower: Information and Facts." livescience. n.p. 7 May 2013. Web. 8 April 2016
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9) History 6 The Eiffel Tower was originally intended for Spain, but the project was rejected
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Fun History Facts
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"Eiffel Tower, Paris." worldsiteguides. n.p. 2011. Web. 8 April 2016
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10) Condition Today 4 Around 50 tons of pain is added to the Eiffel Tower every 7 years to protect it from rust
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Information about the Eiffel Tower
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11) Condition Today 5 The French name for the Eiffel Tower is La Tour Eiffel, it also has the nickname La dame de fer which means the iron lady
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Information about the Eiffel Tower
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"Engineering Facts." sciencekids. Science Kids. 2016. Web. 11 April 2016
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12) Importance 1 The Eiffel Tower was originally made fro the World's Fair but, the people in Paris loved how it was special for their city
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Made by Me
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13) Importance 2 The Eiffel Tower is ranked as the world's greatest engineering marvel
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Towers
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14) Importance 3 During World War I it served as an important military observation tower and became a symbol of liberty and freedom
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Towers
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15) Importance 4 Today it's a great tourist attraction, a romantic place, and it has become a symbol of all our dreams for a better world
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Towers
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Mcdowall, Carolyn. "Towers - Symbols of Hope and Freedom." thecultureconcept. n.p. 25 March 2014. Web. 12 April 2016
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16) Future 1 A French company that specializes in ecological design projects whats to make the Tower into a huge tree and it would cost $97 million and they would have to remove 87.8 tons of carbon dioxide from the Paris skies
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Turning the Eiffel Tower into a Huge Tree
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Webster, George. "Could Eiffel Tower become world's largest tree?" CNN. Cable News Network. 14 December 2011. Web. 13 April 2016
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17) Future Serero Architects had a proposal of redesigning the Eiffel Tower and they believed it would make more of a bold statement as the iconic symbol of France. This redesigning would extend the top floor plate so people would have a 360 degree sight of Paris
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Redesigning the Eiffel Tower
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"Design of the Future." Tuvie. Tuvie-Futuristic Technology. n.d. Web. 13 April 2016
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18) Future As part of an ongoing effort to modernize the Tower the UGE International is installing wind turbines on the base of the structure. They will be painted to match the aging metal color of the Tower. The results are estimated to wipe out the carbon footprint of the structure's entire first floor
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Wind Powers the Eiffel Tower's Sustainable Future
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Mufson, Beckett. "Wind Powers the Eiffel Tower's Sustainable Future." The Creators Project. Vice Media Inc. 25 February 2015. Web 13 April 2016
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19) Future I think the Eiffel Tower will always stand as a sign of importance in Paris
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Me
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20) Future Saint-Gobain wants to supply the first level of the Tower in Paris with a floor made of glass tiles and it will be located 57 meters above the ground and this space will provide visitors with an exceptional view of the city and of the Tower itself
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Glass Floor for the Eiffel Tower
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"Glass Floor for the Eiffel Tower." Saint-Gobain. n.p. n.d. Web. 14 April 2016
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1) History 1 Eiffel et Compagnie consulted and constructed the tower but, he didn't come up with the idea. An employe did but Eiffel just added more ornate touches
answer
Designing and Building the Eiffel Tower
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2) History 2 Several hundred workers spent two years assembling the structure. In March 1889, it stood 1,000 feet high and was the tallest structure in the world
answer
Designing and Building the Eiffel Tower
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3) History 3 It was originally intended as a temporary exhibit and it was almost torn down in 1909. In World War I it was almost taken down and In World War II, Hitler tried to demolish it
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The Eiffel Tower Becomes a Permanent Feature of the Paris Skyline
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4) Condition Today 1 It is repainted every seven years and 7 million people visit it per year
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The Eiffel tower Becomes a Permanent Feature of the Paris Skyline
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"Eiffel Tower." History. A&E Television Networks, LLC. 2016. Web. 6 April 2016
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Source 1
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5) History 4 They wanted the Eiffel Tower done by the World's Fair
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Historical Facts
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6) History 5 It marks the end of the French Revolution
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Historical Facts
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"Eiffel Tower History." EiffelTowerGuide. n.p. n.d. Web. 7 April 2016
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Source 2
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7) Condition Today 2 When the Paris terror attacks happened the Eiffel Tower was closed
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Paris Attacks
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Allen, Peter."Paris Terror Attacks." dailymail.co.uk. Associated Newspapers Ltd. 20 September 2015. Web. 8 April 2016
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Source 3
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8) Condition Today 3 The Eiffel Tower weighs 10,000 tons and there are 5 billion lights on the Eiffel Tower
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Fun Facts
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Palermo, Elizabeth. "Eiffel Tower: Information and Facts." livescience. n.p. 7 May 2013. Web. 8 April 2016
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Source 4
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9) History 6 The Eiffel Tower was originally intended for Spain, but the project was rejected
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Fun History Facts
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"Eiffel Tower, Paris." worldsiteguides. n.p. 2011. Web. 8 April 2016
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Source 5
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10) Condition Today 4 Around 50 tons of pain is added to the Eiffel Tower every 7 years to protect it from rust
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Information about the Eiffel Tower
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11) Condition Today 5 The French name for the Eiffel Tower is La Tour Eiffel, it also has the nickname La dame de fer which means the iron lady
answer
Information about the Eiffel Tower
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"Engineering Facts." sciencekids. Science Kids. 2016. Web. 11 April 2016
answer
Source 6
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12) Importance 1 The Eiffel Tower was originally made fro the World's Fair but, the people in Paris loved how it was special for their city
answer
Made by Me
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13) Importance 2 The Eiffel Tower is ranked as the world's greatest engineering marvel
answer
Towers
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14) Importance 3 During World War I it served as an important military observation tower and became a symbol of liberty and freedom
answer
Towers
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15) Importance 4 Today it's a great tourist attraction, a romantic place, and it has become a symbol of all our dreams for a better world
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Towers
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Mcdowall, Carolyn. "Towers - Symbols of Hope and Freedom." thecultureconcept. n.p. 25 March 2014. Web. 12 April 2016
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16) Future 1 A French company that specializes in ecological design projects whats to make the Tower into a huge tree and it would cost $97 million and they would have to remove 87.8 tons of carbon dioxide from the Paris skies
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Turning the Eiffel Tower into a Huge Tree
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Webster, George. "Could Eiffel Tower become world's largest tree?" CNN. Cable News Network. 14 December 2011. Web. 13 April 2016
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Source 8
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17) Future Serero Architects had a proposal of redesigning the Eiffel Tower and they believed it would make more of a bold statement as the iconic symbol of France. This redesigning would extend the top floor plate so people would have a 360 degree sight of Paris
answer
Redesigning the Eiffel Tower
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"Design of the Future." Tuvie. Tuvie-Futuristic Technology. n.d. Web. 13 April 2016
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Source 9
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18) Future As part of an ongoing effort to modernize the Tower the UGE International is installing wind turbines on the base of the structure. They will be painted to match the aging metal color of the Tower. The results are estimated to wipe out the carbon footprint of the structure's entire first floor
answer
Wind Powers the Eiffel Tower's Sustainable Future
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Mufson, Beckett. "Wind Powers the Eiffel Tower's Sustainable Future." The Creators Project. Vice Media Inc. 25 February 2015. Web 13 April 2016
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Source 10
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19) Future I think the Eiffel Tower will always stand as a sign of importance in Paris
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Me
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20) Future Saint-Gobain wants to supply the first level of the Tower in Paris with a floor made of glass tiles and it will be located 57 meters above the ground and this space will provide visitors with an exceptional view of the city and of the Tower itself
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Glass Floor for the Eiffel Tower
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"Glass Floor for the Eiffel Tower." Saint-Gobain. n.p. n.d. Web. 14 April 2016
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