Last Fall I hopped the pond and went to France for a little over a week. In these next few sets I will be taking through the many places I got to visit. This first set is all about The Eiffel Tower. Located in Paris, France, this enormous structure was supposed to be temporary. It was built in 1889 as a temporary structure to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the French Revolution. Originally the structure was to be built for The World’s Fair, admired for twenty years, and then deconstructed. The tower would go on to become the most prominent symbol of Paris and France and the most visited paid monument in the world, so it’s a good thing they didn’t take it down!
Photography by: Newbery Rosario || Instagram: @newbery.nyc