How Much Does the Eiffel Tower Weigh?


The Eiffel Tower weighs 7300 tons when not counting the parts which are non-metallic. When counting these items, the total weight is 10,100 tons. It is 1062 feet tall when counting the added height of the antennas. It contains 108 stories, 2 elevators and 1710 steps total. The height to the bottom platform is 190 feet from the ground. It contains 2 restaurants and a post office as well as a broadcasting radio station. It was listed as the tallest building until 1930, when the Chrysler Building was built.
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Several sources show the weight of the metal structure as 7,300 tons. With the addition of nonstructural components, the weight increases to about 10,100 tons. The question that remains
please be more specific because " How much does the weigh" means nothing to me Sorry
the Eiffel tower cost 7,800,000 in France to build
Well it all depends on the height and the height of the Eiffel Tower is 990 ft. tall and the Statue of Liberty is 151 ft. tall, but with the pedestal and foundation, it is 305 ft.
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