Alexandre Gustave Eiffel

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Noun1.Alexandre Gustave Eiffel - French engineer who constructed the Eiffel Tower (1832-1923)Alexandre Gustave Eiffel - French engineer who constructed the Eiffel Tower (1832-1923)
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Address : Direction De La Prospective Territoriale - Grands Projets, Reprsent Par Son Mandataire Le Groupement Solidaire Territoires 38 / Teractem Dont Le Mandataire Est Territoires 38 - Sige Social : 34 Rue Gustave Eiffel, 38028 Grenoble Cedex 1
1832: Alexandre Gustave Eiffel, the French engineer who built the great landmark that bears his name for the Paris Exhibition of 1899, was born.
Discover the man behind the intricate architecture of the Eiffel Tower, Gustave Eiffel.
Built of wrought iron lattice in just over two years for the 1889 Exposition Universelle on the capital's Champ de Mars by celebrated engineer Gustave Eiffel, it was intended to stand for only 20 years.
The competition was won by Gustave Eiffel (1832-1923), a civil engineer who had already built many bridges and other metal structures, including the internal structure of the Statue of Liberty.
The monument was made in Paris by the French sculptor Frederic Auguste Bartholdi in collaboration with Gustave Eiffel.
When Gustave Eiffel built his iconic tower for the World's Fair of 1889, Parisians thought it an eyesore.
True or false: Gustave Eiffel was the architect of the Eiffel Tower?
I am convinced that Gustave Eiffel, who said 'iron is the material of ideas,' to show the infinite creative potential of this material, would have been pleased with this nod to him," Bernard Reybier, CEO of Fermob, told Reuters TV.
PERHAPS the most famous landmark of them all, the Eiffel Tower is an iron lattice tower built in 1889 by Gustave Eiffel for the 1889 World's Fair.
Construite par Gustave Eiffel et ses collaborateurs pour l'Exposition universelle de Paris de 1889.