Eiffel Tower glass floor

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In Paris, the lower level of the Eiffel Tower now has a glass walkway through which visitors may gaze down 187 feet to the ground below. The walkway is part of a $38.4 million renovation in which shops, restaurants and a museum were added to the first level. To allow better views of the city, that level’s safety barriers now curve outward.

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In Paris, the lower level of the Eiffel Tower now has a glass walkway through which visitors may gaze down 187 feet to the ground below. The walkway is part of a $38.4 million renovation in which shops, restaurants and a museum were added to the first level. To allow better views of the city, that level’s safety barriers now curve outward.