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View from below www.flickr.com There is another pond on the opposite side of the tower. (location) I have printed 10 postcards of this picture. Most will be sent via postcrossing. - the first was sent to Brazil - the second to the United Kingdom - the third to Germany - the fourth to the United States of America - the fifth to New Zealand - the sixth to Finland - the seventh to Australia I must have posted two of these cards without recording their destinations, because I have only one left.
Rive: The reader will understand where the topic is located in relation to the Seine River.
construction video youtu.be YouTube
Location: Where in Paris? How to get there? Arrondissement?
Describes the physical appearance. www.flickr.com Eiffel Tower
Proximity to other monuments: at least 3 other tourist attractions nearby www.flickr.com An overwhelming Eiffel Tower in Paris - actually a sight full of flashing lights but visible just for a few minutes every night - seen from Hotel Carlton's.
Arret du Metro: which metro stop is nearest. www.flickr.com a stop on the Montreal metro
Bibliography: Includes 3 informaion sources and citations for all images used. Alanlepo. “Eiffel Tower.” Photograph. Flickr. Web. 10 Dec. 2011. <www.flickr.com>. “Architecture.” Frommers. Web. 27 Mar. 2013. <www.frommers.com>. Gadl. “Eiffel Tower reflection.” Photograph. Flickr. Web. 27 Mar. 2013. <www.flickr.com>. “Introducing Paris.” Lonely Planet. Web. 27 Mar. 2013. <www.lonelyplanet.com>. Shales, Melissa. Globetrotter Travel Guide: Paris. London: New Holland Publishers, 2009. Print. Trefler, Caroline, ed. Paris 2010. New York: Random House Inc., 2010. Print. Xanadou. “Construction de la tour Eiffel.” Online video clip. YouTube. 15 Oct. 2006. Web. 27 Mar. 2013.
Other images you would like to share. www.flickr.com Eiffel Tower
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Optional Information about significant people (designers, architects, engineers) etc. www.flickr.com Il 27 Dicembre 1923 muore a Parigi Alexandre Gustave Eiffel. Oblitération 1er jour à Dijon et Paris le 18 décembre 1982 Vente générale le 20 décembre 1982 Retiré de la vente le 18 novembre 1983 Valeur faciale: 1,60 F Surtaxe: 0,40 F au profit de la Croix-Rouge française Format: 36x21,45 mm Dentelure: 13 Couleur: brun Imprimé en taille douce rotative 3 couleurs à 50 timbres par feuille sur presse N° 6 Emis à 3 millions d´exemplaires Dessiné et gravé par Marie-Noëlle Goffin (c) Phil-Ouest Per il forum: i4Moschettieri
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