Eiffel Tower reopens in Paris after 104 days of lockdown


PARIS — The Eiffel Tower reopened on Thursday (June 25) for the first time since France imposed its coronavirus lockdown in March, though tourists will not be allowed to the top of the Paris landmark until later this summer.

Strict hygiene and safety measures have been put in place for the re-opening.

Journalists from around the world were on hand as about 50 visitors, mainly French, prepared to make the steep climb by stairs to the first two levels, as elevators will remain closed because of safety considerations.


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