Why Do the Eiffel Tower's Lights Go Out?

The Eiffel Tower is darkening Paris' skyline. Paris may turn off the tower's light an hour earlier this week, reports The Guardian.

Russia's invasion of Ukraine is causing Europe's energy dilemma. Symbolic like the tower. The tower's manager, Jean-François Martins, said

Evening lighting uses 4% of the tower's annual energy.

As Europe backs Ukraine, Russia has almost cut off the continent's natural gas, which European officials describe "energy blackmail."

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The Eiffel Tower was built in 1887, but it didn't get turned on until 1985. Before that, the building was lit by 10,000 gaslights and projectors on the outside.

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