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A glitzy glass floor adorns Eiffel Tower

October 10, 2014

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The icon of Paris – Eiffel Tower – gets a glitzy new glass floor. With dramatic views from the 57-meter (187-foot) drop from the 125-year-old landmark’s first level, the transparent walkway is the latest in the series of glass-floored walkways around the world, including Chicago’s Willis Tower and Grand Canyon Skywalk.

Until now the gloomy first floor has not been visited by many tourists and people head up to the top for breathtaking views of the city. But now this level brings in more people who lie down to take selfies!

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Grand Canyon Skywalk is a sham!

After reading good and bad things about the Grand Canyon Skywalk, we wanted to experience the feeling of “walking in air” on this architectural marvel and we DO NOT recommend visiting this glass walkway.



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