Eiffel tower is a wrought iron lattice tower located on the Champ de Mars in Paris, France. It is named after the engineer Gustave Eiffel, whose company designed and build this skyscraper. This skyscraper was started on 28 January 1887 and it’s construction was completed on 15 March 1889. It’s opening ceremony was held on 31st March 1889. This tower was still tallest building in the world from 1889 to 1930. It’s tip is 324 m (1063 ft) but architectural height is 300 m (984 ft). It’s top floor is 276 m (906 ft) high. It has 3 floors and 8 elevators. The Eiffel Tower was first designed for the Paris Exposition in which many buildings were planned to be built all over Paris. Of the many designs Gustave Eiffel’s design was chosen out of the many. It took nearly 2 years and 2 months of construction. After 20 years of its existence, the Eiffel Tower was being pushed to be demolished for scrap metal for many people. However, to luck of Paris today it was kept. The main reason for keeping the tower was because it was thought that its radio pole on the top of the building would be helpful and useful for many future scientific endeavors. In fact, many scientific works were conducted on the Eiffel Tower. Temperature, Pressure and Radio Transmission were among the most prominent. The Eiffel tower is free of all magnetic forces that will not affect your cell phone when you make calls or click pictures and for better safety, there are nets at each floor of the tower where the lift stops sothat nothing unfortunate happens. On the ground floor of the Eiffel tower, there are various shops governed by the descendants of Gustav Eiffel and they provide almost all possible facts behind the tower and its construction. The top floor of the tower is quite breathtaking and that is why some security members are always present there along with trained commandos for keeping people at a safe distance from the edges. There are also private elevators inside the tower as normally people working there like to move up and down the floors without any crowd rushing in suddenly when the doors open. There private lifts are very helpful to them as they help the professionals there to keep things maintained at all points of time.