The Eiffel Tower is located in Paris, France. It’s a iron lattice structure built in 1889 as an entrance arch to the 1889 Worlds Fair which celebrated the centennial of the French Revolution. When it was built, it,was the tallest man made structure (320m/1050ft). It’s named after Gustave Eiffel, the engineer who designed the tower. The tower quickly became the most recognized cultural symbol of both Paris and the country of France. Our Eiffel Tower pattern set consists of many patterns created from well composed photographs of the Eiffel Tower, taken from numerous vantage points. The scenes show the Tower with different lighting, and from different angles. Some of the photographs have been stitched together from numerous photographs. There are also some unique photographs captured in black and white.
See the pattern sets here.