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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