Copies, replicas and reproductions of the Eiffel Tower in India

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Copies of the Eiffel tower in India





Replica of Calcutta

Replica of Calcutta

Calcutta

This Eiffel Tower is one of the main attractions of Nicco Park, an amusement park in the Salt Lake district of Calcutta. This district is also called Kolkata. The Eiffel Tower serves as an observation tower so that visitors have a wide view of the park, what to do, to see, it gives them a panoramic view.

This replica is 30m high for 30 tons of steel. It took 3 months to build it. It should be noted that this is not a true copy, although it is approaching: The shape of the tower is not respected, the 2nd floor is just maeterialized while it is where the 4 pillars meet. Here, they meet above. There is no internal lattice either, this tower is made of only 4 faces, while the original has 4 complete pillars. But it is still a beautiful tower whose golden color is beautiful.



Replica of Chandigarh

Replica of Chandigarh

Chandigarh

This Replica of the Eiffel Tower was built in 2010. It is not particularly high, approximately 12m, and its design leaves something to be desired. It does not have a correct curvature (a little too filiform) and its two floors are just marked by decorated plates.

It is located in Changigarh City, India, and we have no explanation as to why it was built.



Replica of Kota

Replica of Kota

Kota

This small Eiffel Tower is in the city of Kota, Rajasthan. It is still 12 meters high but can not be classified in the big rounds, since its scale is 1:25e. We do not know the reason for its construction, especially since it does not seem to be especially in the spotlight.

It is pretty well reproduced, but it is a reproduction that is not perfect, it still has a lot of defect. Its 2nd floor, for example, is a simple metal plate that goes around the pylon.



See also:

All the copies of the Eiffel tower in the world

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