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Tour Eiffel

Built over two years by Gustave Eiffel and his collaborators for the 1889 Paris Universal Exhibition, celebrating the centenary of the French Revolution, and initially named the "300-meter tower", it became the symbol of the French capital and a landmark leading tourist destination: it is the fourth most visited paid French cultural site in 2016, with 5.9 million visitors. Since its opening to the public, it has welcomed more than 300 million visitors.

Perched at 125 meters, the Michelin-starred restaurant Le Jules Verne opens onto a succession of three rooms offering a breathtaking view of the Champ-de-Mars, the Quai Branly and the Trocadéro.