Eiffel Tower replicas and derivatives
As one of the most iconic and recognisable structures in the world, the Eiffel Tower has been the inspiration for the creation of over 50 similar towers around the world. Most are not exact replicas, though there are many like it.
Replicas of known height
The Eiffel Tower was an inspiration for the Blackpool Tower in Blackpool, England, which proved that a tower could be a profitable tourist attraction. The Blackpool Tower was originally the idea of the Standard Contract and Debenture Corporation, based in the Isle of Man, who proposed the erection of two towers, one in Blackpool and one in the Isle of Man and sold shares to potential investors, including many prominent Blackpool families. When the corporation got into financial difficulty John Bickerstaffe stopped the scheme from collapsing and ensured the scheme was a success. The Blackpool Tower, though one of the oldest, is not a true replica of the Eiffel Tower and differs from the Paris tower in a number of ways: it is approximately half the height of the Eiffel Tower (158 m [518.4 ft] compared to 324 m [1,063 ft]), it is not freestanding and the base contains buildings which house entertainments including the Tower Circus and Ballroom, making it in itself one of the most unique replica-like Towers in the world. It was also designed by the British architects Maxwell and Tuke who designed a number of towers including New Brighton.
Other Eiffel-inspired towers are listed in the table in descending order of scale and height, imperial measurements rounded to nearest foot:
|Watkin's Tower||Wembley, Greater London, UK||358 m (1,175 ft) planned height||Full scale||Never completed: construction began in 1891, demolished in 1907.|
|Dragon Tower||Harbin, Heilongjiang Province, China||336 m (1,102 ft)||Full scale||Communication tower|
|Tokyo Tower||Minato Tokyo, Japan||332.5 m (1,091 ft)||Full scale||The image shows Tokyo Tower in 2016.|
|Nagoya TV Tower||Nagoya, Japan||180 m (591 ft)||1:2 scale||-|
|New Brighton Tower||New Brighton, Merseyside, UK||173 m (568 ft)||1:2 scale||Completed by 1900, demolished by 1921|
|Las Vegas Eiffel Tower||Paris Las Vegas hotel/casino on the Las Vegas Strip, Nevada, USA||164.6 m (540 ft)||1:2 scale||-|
|Ismaning Radio Tower||Ismaning, Bavaria, Germany||163 m (535 ft)||1:2 scale||Wooden radio tower used for medium wave broadcasting, demolished in 1983|
|Funkturm Berlin||Berlin, Germany||150 m (492 ft)||1:2 scale||-|
|The Parisian||Cotai Strip, Macau||150 m (492 ft)||1:2 scale||Completed and opened on 13 September 2016|
|Eiffel Tower of Window of the World||Shenzhen, China||108 m (354 ft)||1:3 scale||-|
|Eiffel Tower of Tiandu City Community (also called Tianducheng)||Hangzhou, China||108 m (354 ft)||1:3 scale||-|
|Eiffel Tower||Kings Island Amusement Park, Mason, Ohio, USA||101 m (332 ft) (approximately)||1:3 scale||||-|
|Eiffel Tower||Kings Dominion Amusement Park, Doswell, Virginia, USA||101 m (332 ft) (approximately)||1:3 scale||-|
|Metallic tower of Fourvière||Lyon, France||85.9 m (282 ft)||1:4 scale||Radio transmitter. Construction began in 1892 as a monument to the Church.|
|Eiffel Tower replica in Bahria Town||Lahore, Pakistan||80 m (262 ft)||1:4 scale||Bahria, Lahore. Constructed in 2014.|
|Torre del Reformador||Guatemala City, Guatemala||75 m (246 ft)||1:5 scale||Erected in 1935|
|Tsūtenkaku ("Tower Reaching Heaven")||Osaka, Japan||64 m (210 ft)||1:6 scale||At Luna Park; destroyed by fire 1945, replaced with a different design|
|Petřín Lookout Tower (Petřínská rozhledna)||Prague, Czech Republic||63.5 m (208 ft)||1:6 scale||Petřínská rozhledna|
|Eiffel tower||Gomez Palacio, Durango, Mexico||58 m (190 ft) (approximately)||1:6 scale||Torre Eiffel|
|Eiffel Tower||Slobozia, Romania||54 m (177 ft)||1:6 scale||-|
|Eiffel Tower||Parizh, Chelyabinsk Oblast, Russia||50 m (164 ft)||1:6 scale||Built by South Ural Cell Telephone company as a cellphone tower|
|AWA Tower||Sydney, New South Wales, Australia||46 m (151 ft)||1:6 scale||Communications|
|Bordeaux Tower||Fayetteville, North Carolina, USA||45 m (148 ft) (approximately)||1:6 scale||-|
|Copenhagen Zoo Tower||Copenhagen, Denmark||43.5 m (143 ft)||1:6 scale||Wooden structure|
|Tour d'Eiffel de Fes||Fez, Morocco||39 m (128 ft)||1:9 scale||Built in 2012 to honor the bond between the city of Fes and Paris|
|Eiffel tower||Kharkiv, Ukraine||35 m (115 ft)||1:9 scale (approximately)|
|Golden Sands Eiffel Tower||Varna, Bulgaria||32.4 m (106 ft)||1:10 scale (approximately)||Built in the resort town as a tourist attraction|
|Eiffel Tower||Parque Europa, Torrejón de Ardoz, Madrid, Spain||30.4 m (100 ft)||1:10 scale (approximately)||Completed in 2010; part of an $18m replica theme park.|
|Eiffel Tower||Samarkand, Uzbekistan||30 m (98 ft) (approximately)||1:10 scale||Soghdiana Park.|
|Eiffel Tower||Epcot theme park, Lake Buena Vista, Florida, USA||23 m (76 ft)||1:14 scale 1:10)||-|
|Monte Amiata Summit Cross||Amiata, Italy||22 m (72 ft)||Summit cross|
|Paris, Texas Eiffel Tower||Paris, Texas, USA||20 m (66 ft)||1:16 scale||-|
|Eiffel Tower (Paris, Tennessee)||Paris, Tennessee, USA||18.25 m (60 ft) (approximately)||1:20 scale||-|
|Filiatra Eiffel Tower||Filiatra, Messinia, Greece||18 m model (59 ft)||1:18 scale||at the entrance of the village|
|Kyiv's Eiffel Tower||Kyiv, Ukraine||16 m (52 ft)||1:20 scale||Built as a part of residential complex "French quartal" in 2015|
|Krasnoyarsk Eiffel Tower||Krasnoyarsk, Russia||14.8 m (49 ft)||1:22 scale|
|Europe Eiffel Tower||Mini-Europe, Brussels, Belgium||12.96 m (43 ft) model||1:25 scale||-|
|Kabardinka Eiffel Tower||Kabardinka, Russia||12 m (39 ft)||1:25 scale||Built in 2014 in the resort town as a tourist attraction|
|Kota Eiffel Tower||Rajasthan, India||12 m (39 ft)||1:25 scale||-|
|Eiffel Tower||Tochigi Prefecture, Japan||12 m (39 ft)||1:25 scale||-||At Tobu World Square, Tochigi Prefecture Japan. The park is notable in that it also has a replica of the Tokyo Tower, see above.|
|Brisbane Eiffel Tower||Brisbane, Queensland, Australia||12 m (39 ft) (approximately)||1:25 scale||Landmark among the sidewalk tables of La Dolce Vita café (formerly Rue De Paris Café) on Park Rd, Milton which ironically offers Italian "cuisine"|
|Minimundus||Klagenfurt, Austria||12 m (39 ft)||1:25 scale||Part of a miniature park|
|Bauru Eiffel Tower||Bauru, Brazil||10 m (33 ft) (approximately)||1:25 scale||Built in 1978 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the foundation of the Bauru School of Law at the Instituição Toledo de Ensino.|
|Meccano model||SciTrek technology museum, Atlanta, Georgia, USA||11 m (36 ft)||1:30 scale||loc||No longer exists; museum closed in 2004.|
|Montmartre Eiffel Tower||Montmartre, Saskatchewan, Canada||8.5 m (28 ft)||1:40 scale||Erected in 2009. Settled by French immigrants, the community calls itself "Paris of the Prairies".|
|Dreyfus Eiffel Tower||Austin, Texas, USA||7.5 m (25 ft)||1:45 scale||At the Dreyfus Antique Shop|
|Paris, Michigan Eiffel Tower||Paris, Michigan, USA||7 m (23 ft) (approximately)||1:50 scale||Situated in a park|
|Santos Dumont Eiffel Tower Replica||Santos Dumont, Minas Gerais, Brazil||7 m (23 ft)||1:50 scale||-||Built in 2001 to celebrate the centennial anniversary of the flight of Alberto Santos Dumont around the Eiffel Tower. Santos Dumont is now the name of his birthplace in Brazil. It was formerly known as Palmira.|
|Uman Eiffel Tower||Uman, Ukraine||3.25 m (11 ft)||1:100 scale||Situated in a central park|
|Eiffel Tower of Nikitin's Gymnasium||Voronezh, Russia||3.24 m (11 ft)||1:100 scale||Situated in the park of Nikitin's Gymnasium|
|Eiffel Tower||Baku, Azerbaijan||3 m (10 ft) (approximately)||1:110 scale||Sahil Shopping Center, at "Parfums de France" shop.|
Replicas of unknown height
- world heritage mini mini, Lake Toba, Indonesia, 10 metres (33 ft) high, carved in soil.
- Restaurant "Anija" in Janjevë, Kosovo has a replica 10 times smaller than the real one on their garden.
- On the roof of the catering company Rungis Express in Meckenheim and Satteldorf , Germany
- Centerpiece of the Falconcity of Wonders — a planned new development project in Dubai, UAE, featuring seven modern wonders of the world (planned). (approximate coordinates)
- Inwałd Miniature Park, Inwałd, Poland
- Model in the Grüner Ring a park in central, Hamburg, Germany
- Model in the First World Plaza shopping mall in Genting Highlands, Malaysia
- Aktau, Kazakhstan — model at the front of the office of Oil Construction Company
- Satteldorf near Crailsheim, Germany. On the top of a company building
- Apach, France, on the border with Germany and near the border with Luxembourg
- Da Lat, Vietnam. Designed to be used as Viettel telecommunications tower
- Bloemfontein, South Africa, in an industrial area next to Batho suburb.
- Barra World Shopping & Park, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
- Model around 2 metres (6.6 ft) high in Breil, Maine-et-Loire, France
- Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan - model about 3 metres (9.8 ft) high outside pet store
- Almaty, Kazakhstan - model, about 10 metres (33 ft) tall, outside French goods store on Furmanov Street.
- Stellenbosch, South Africa - model, about 9 metres (30 ft) tall, inside Dagbreek residence on Victoria Street.
- Paris, Arkansas, at a park situated near the town's center, most likely standing at 25 feet (7.6 m) tall, but not confirmed.
- Pretoria, South Africa - model, about 6 metres (20 ft) tall, inside Boekenhout residence.
- Guadalajara, Mexico - About 20 metres (66 ft) tall, on a church-esplanade, on peripheral-street, at the margin of Barranca de Oblatos. 
- Model next to the Napa County, California Superior Courthouse) in Napa, California, USA, built in France. 
- Rio Claro, São Paulo, Brazil
- Sainshand, Mongolia. Painted pink, in the town center . 
- Yushan, Ma'anshan, Anhui, China - in a park containing replicas of other world wonders.
- Hartebeespoort, South Africa - At French Toast restaurant. http://frenchtoastharties.co.za/gallery/
- Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, in the Devenshire Apartment Complex, which occupies the site of the former International Village tourist attraction.
- Queens, New York, on the roof of Paris Suites Hotel. Visible from adjacent Long Island Expressway
- Culiacán, Sinaloa, Mexico, Paris motel, on the road from Culiacán to Guamuchil
- Eiffel Tower in Beijing World Park, near 
- At Centre Français de Berlin, model about 15 metres tall.
- Torre de la Libertad, Equatorial Guinea
- A model about 3 metres (9.8 ft) tall outside a crêpe restaurant in Kingston, Washington, USA.
- About 2.5 metres (8.2 ft) tall forged sculpture in the Forged Figures Park in Donetsk, Ukraine.
- A replica existed for few weeks in Santa Clara, Cuba, in 1895. 
These replicas are of unknown height.
See also: Media related to Replicas of the Eiffel Tower at Wikimedia Commons
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- Disney's official French Pavilion page Archived 2009-01-21 at the Wayback Machine — lists the Eiffel Tower as approximately 1/10 the height of the original.
- "Tower model at Filiatra". Users.mes.sch.gr. 2001-03-22. Retrieved 2010-05-24.
- Photograph of Filiatra tower Archived May 28, 2010, at the Wayback Machine
- Kabardinka builds own Eiffel Tower (in Russian)
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- First World Plaza Archived 2011-07-22 at the Wayback Machine. Retrieved on 2008-09-13
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