A huge metal structure was built in 1889 for an international exposition. It was larger than anything that was built like it before, and it was considered by many as a ‘monstrosity that was to grotesque to see.’ But the creator, who had spent over a year building it, knew it was destined for greatness. His name was Gustave Eiffel, and his creation was the Eiffel Tower in France. Today it is one of the architectural wonders of the modern world and stands as the primary landmark of Paris, France.

Many people scoffed at Mr. Eiffel when he made the statement that he was going to build a structure that the entire world would love and travel to see. Mr. Eiffel knew that what he was thinking was correct, no matter who might have said he


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