The Eiffel Tower is a metal tower in the center of Paris, its most recognizable architectural landmark. Named after chief designer Gustave Eiffel; Eiffel himself simply called it a “300-meter tower.” The tower, which later became the symbol of Paris, was built in 1889 and was originally intended as a temporary structure to serve as the entrance arch to the Paris World Exhibition of 1889. The Eiffel Tower is one of the most recognizable buildings. Therefore, it is not surprising that there are more than 50 replicas (that are reliably known) of the famous design around the world.
In December 2015 in Kyiv, as part of the construction of the French Quarter residential complex by the Kievgorstroy company, a 16-meter copy of the Eiffel Tower was installed in the courtyard of houses at 52/1 Henri Barbusse Street. In the evening, the tower becomes a real beauty. The whole secret is that it is illuminated in different colors according to several schemes, since at the design stage a complex lighting system was thought out for it, which was subsequently installed.
Where is the Eiffel Tower in Kyiv?
Henri Barbussa street, 52/1 (residential complex “French Quarter”)