published: 2017-06-29 07:59:33
French crane contractor S.E Levage completed a crane job at the Parisian landmark which was both unique and challenging with distinction. Since the end of March an 18-metre regatta boat has been enthroned at a hight of around 60 metres on the gallery of the Eiffel Tower.
It has made many of the visitors to the Eiffel Tower in Paris in April or May rub their eyes in wonder. A large regatta boat has been advertising a good cause for the last two months on the so-called gallery, the first storey of the structure at a height of around 60 metres. It is for a French doctors’ initiative which provides heart operations for children throughout the world. However, very few of the stunned tourists would guess at how the boat, measuring 18 metres in length and six metres in width, made its way onto the Eiffel Tower.
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