12 2013

The Eiffel Tower: A Photographic Favorite

Eiffel Tower

Over the last 13 years, travelers have snapped photos of thousands of sights around the world and shared them with others on TripAdvisor. And with a whopping 5,256 to its name, the monumental Eiffel Tower in Paris can claim more than any other attraction (the number two spots goes to Church of the Sacred Family, more commonly known as Sagrada Familia, in Barcelona). So to commemorate, the site gathered up 500 of these pictures and created this photo mosaic. From far away tower shots and artistic close-ups to friends and couples sharing a moment, and even a few optical illusions, these photos tell us romantic stories about the people who shared them and their journeys. Traveler majalia_mendez hit it right on the head when she said “My heart literally skipped a beat and it was love at first sight. The structure was truly divine and captivating. The view from the top was worth it every cent.”

 

Do you have a great Eiffel Tower story?  Share it in the comments below!

 

Eiffel Tower Traveler Photo Mosaic

 

Categories: Travel Inspiration

6 thoughts on “The Eiffel Tower: A Photographic Favorite

  1. Wow!very romantic place in paris. The city of lovers!i hope i can go that place so that i can see it personally and take picture as my remembrance.

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  3. This is extraordinary . I have so many extra photo graphs in my supply from years of a photography business and at that time we were using film for our photographs. I feel that the photo graphs are valuable. Not so much for the image but the quality of the photographic paper. Any suggestions of what I can
    Do with these photographs?

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