Gustave Eiffel

Gustave Eiffel was a pioneering French civil engineer and architect, renowned for his contributions to engineering and architecture in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Born on December 15, 1832, in Dijon, He began his career focusing on the design of bridges and viaducts, gaining a reputation for his innovative use of iron in large-scale structures. He is most famously associated with the design and construction of the Eiffel Tower in Paris as well as the framework for the Statue of Liberty. Gustave Eiffel died in December 1923, in Paris.

Eiffel Tower
1887 - 1889
Hotel Banke
1906 - 1908
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