The Eiffel Tower is an iron cross section tower placed on the Champ de Mars in Paris. It was named after the specialist Gustave Eiffel, whose organization outlined and assembled the tower. The closest Paris Métro station is Bir-Hakeim and the closest Rer station is Pont de l’alma. The tower itself is found at the crossing point of the quai Branly and the Pont d’iéna. More than 200,000,000 individuals have gone to the tower since its development in 1889, incorporating 6,719,200 in 2006. The tower is the most-went to paid landmark on the planet.
The definitive (lifts) to the first and second stories were furnished by two organizations. Both organizations needed to beat numerous specialized obstructions as none, of these organization (or undoubtedly any organization) had experience with commissioning lifts moving to such statures with expansive burdens. The inclining tracks with changing plots further confounded the issues. The East and West lifts were supplied by the French organization Roux Combaluzier Lepape, utilizing using pressurized water fueled chains and rollers.
The definitive lifts from the second to the third story were likewise of a water-fueled pressure driven outline supplied by Léon Edoux. In place of utilizing a differentiate offset, the two lift autos counteracted other. A couple of 81-metre-long water powered rams were mounted on the second level arriving at about part of the way up to the third level. A lift auto was mounted on top of the rams. Ropes ran from the highest point of this auto up to a sheave on the third level and back up to a second auto. The consequence of this plan was that every auto just voyaged half the separation between the second and third levels and travelers were obliged to change lifts part of the way, strolling between the autos along a thin corridor with an exceptionally amazing and generally unhindered descending view. The ten-ton autos held 65 travelers every or up to four tons.
The Eiffel Tower has two restaurants: Le 58 tour Eiffel, on the first story 311 ft (95 m) above ocean level and the Le Jules Verne. This restaurant has one star in the Michelin Red Guide. Moreover, in January 2007 the multi-Michelin star cook Alain Ducasse was accumulated to run Jules Verne.