Top: Winged Victory, found on the island of Samothrace, and The Venus de Milo, both Greek statues dating from the Hellenistic period (late 3rd to 2nd century BC) . If you don't know anything about these statues and you are interested, Google them. I studied these in college art classes, and I am very grateful that I got to see them in person.
Two views of the famous Eiffel Tower, built for the Universal Exhibition of 1889. It is 1,046 feet tall and was the world's tallest building until 1931 when the Empire State Building in NYC was finished.
We were standing under the tower at night when I took that second pic. The area it covers on the ground is huge, which was surprising and unexpected to me at first, but when you think about it, something that tall almost has to have a large footprint.
We went all the way to the top (the third level) which holds 400 people at a time. There were long lines the night we were there, and it was chilly and very windy. We had to stand outside on the bottom 2 viewing levels waiting for the elevators, and we made conversation with 3 other couples from the USA. You could hear nearly every language imaginable that night. The atmosphere was very clear and we could see for miles and miles, but it was too cold to stand in the open area for long. I hope some day I get the chance to go up there in the daytime.