Paris, France - 1887
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Our unique cap is made of authentic velvet and mesh material.
The adjustable plastic strap on the back of the cap, provides a size that fits almost everyone.
Suitable for both men & women.
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As part of our first collection of caps, we'll feature artwork inspired by Paris. To maintain the exclusivity of this collection, only x50 will be available.
L'histoire de Paris
Gustave Eiffel - 1887
The Eiffel Tower was built in 1887 by French engineer Gustave Eiffel, whose company specialized in building metal frameworks and structures.
La Tour Eiffel - Paris / France
The tower is made of puddled iron and painted steel support, which has a height of 300 meters, weighs 7300 tons and has 1,500 spiral steps.
The construction of the tower began on January 18, 1887. Using over 2 million rivets, and 335k tonnes of steel, and is built to resist winds up to 80km/hour (50mph). It was also designed to withstand its own weight so that it would not collapse even if dynamite were dropped on it.
At its completion, it became known as the tallest building in the world until 1930 when Chrysler Building in New York City took the title.
For 130 years, the tower has been a strong and distinctive symbol of the town of Paris, and by extension, of France. At first, when it had been built for the 1889 World's Fair, it impressed the whole world with its stature and daring design and symbolized French know-how and industrial genius.
A monument known around the world and a completely unique tourist attraction, the tower has loyally accompanied the people of Paris and its suburbs in their lifestyle. Rising to a height of 330 meters, it's seen everywhere in Paris, day and night until 1 am because of its lighting, the twinkling illumination at fixed times, and its beacon that reaches a resolute 80 km, at 360 degrees.
The tower has witnessed and sometimes been an actor in important events, both sumptuous and tragic, in France's history. In its early years, the tower was a productive laboratory for scientific experiments, specifically for wireless telegraphy, which saved it from destruction after the initially scheduled period of 20 years.
Today, the Eiffel Tower's lights are turned off at night to honor the victims of dramatic events worldwide. Even quite an emblem, it's become a method of expression for the town of Paris and every one of France.
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