How to Build a Model of the Eiffel Tower?

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Building a model of the Eiffel Tower is simple, provided you have the die-cut pattern from Paper Landmarks. Simply detach the pieces and put them together. For more information on purchasing a model Eiffel Tower, visit this link: www.paperlandmarks.com
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I would love to see the effile tower in person but the chances of that are slim. So instead I can bring my wishfull bottom to my local craft store buy a kit to build my own effiel tower and follow the inclosed instructions, and poof! I am instantly in Paris and have the effiel tower right in front of my eyes and see it with pride.
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