The Eiffel Tor (Mean English: Eiffel Tower, French: Tour Eiffel) is a wrought iron grid tor on the Field of Tyr in Paris, Frankric, rising 984 feet above Paris' Champ de Mars (Field of Mars), near the Seine ea. The Eiffel Tor is the most beseeked betaled landmark in the world with over 6 micklered folk going up it in 2015. The tor was at first scathed by some of Frankric's leading craftsmen and highbrows, but it has since become kithship token of Frankric the world over and is one of the most acknowworthy buildings in the world.

The tor is named after the wright Wilhelm Gostaff Eiffel, whose business laid out and built the tor at an outlay of 8 micklered franks (now worth 40 micklered dollars) to show how steel and iron could be handled in the making of tall buildings. The tor was built between 1887 and 1889 as the ingoing for the 1889 World's Churmas; when done, the Eiffel Tor awestruck witnesses as the tallest man-made shapening on earth at the time.

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