Il y a tellement à voir et à faire à la tour Eiffel ! Flâner au 1er étage, contempler Paris au 2ème, et faire le plein de sensations au sommet.
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Retrouvez nos suggestions pour enrichir votre visite sur notre site officiel : http://www.tour-eiffel.fr
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- Google Play : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=fr.sete.Eiffel_fr
Réservez une table dans l'un des restaurants de la tour Eiffel : http://www.restaurants-toureiffel.com
There is so much to see and do at the Eiffel Tower! Wander on the 1st floor, contemplate Paris from the 2nd floor and experience new sensations at the top.
Make your experience on the Tower a unique moment to share with friends and family!
Find our suggestions to enhance your visit on our official website: http://www.tour-eiffel.fr
Take all the Eiffel Tower in your smartphone thanks to our visit guide available at:
- the App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/fr/app/tour-eiffel-guide-officiel/id484086108
- Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=fr.sete.Eiffel_fr
Book a table in one of the restaurants of the Eiffel Tower: http://www.restaurants-toureiffel.com
Pont d'Iéna is a bridge spanning the River Seine in Paris. It links the Eiffel Tower on the Left Bank to the district of Trocadéro on the Right Bank.HistoryIn 1807, Napoléon I ordered, by an imperial decree issued in Warsaw, the construction of a bridge overlooking the Military School, and named the bridge after his victory in 1806 at the Battle of Jena, disregarding names considered previously: pont du Champ-de-Mars and pont de l'École militaire. Prussian General Blücher wanted to destroy the bridge before the Battle of Paris in 1814, but was persuaded not to by the Allied forces. Blücher had been present at the humiliating defeat of the Prussians by Napoleon at the Battle of Jena, where approximately 28,000 Prussians were killed to France's 2,480, after which Prussia was occupied by France.The structure was designed with five arches, each with an arc length of 28 m, and four intermediate piers. The initial construction, the cost of which was enormous at the time, was fully financed by the State and spanned six years from 1808 to 1814.The tympana along the sides of the bridge had been originally decorated with imperial eagles conceptualized by François-Frédéric Lemot and sculpted by Jean-François Mouret. The eagles were replaced with the royal letter "L" soon after the fall of the First Empire in 1815 but in 1852, when Napoléon III ascended the throne of the Second Empire, new imperial eagles, this time by the chisel of Antoine-Louis Barye, replaced the royal "L".