The Reason the Eiffel Tower Was Built, the Catalyst of the Bastille Prison for the French Revolution, the Louvre Museum Once Being the Largest Building in the World, Italian Polymath Leonardo da Vinci Working for the French Parisian Court as the Head Artist and the Legacy of This Work, the Etymology of “Sfumato”, da Vinci’s Sfumato Technique, the Advent of Department Stores, and the Commonality Between French Artist Clive Monet and German Composer Ludwig Van Beethoven

The Eiffel Tower in Paris, France was built to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the French Revolution. The Notre Dame cathedral means "our lady" in French. The symbolic launchpad of the French Revolution was the notorious Bastille prison. In 1789, angry Parisian's stormed the gates, released it's prisoners, and tore the building down. It is still visited by tourists, but more so as a site which once was. The Arc de Triomphe is the main arch that is situated within the middle of Paris, France...

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