A tribute will be paid this Sunday May 10 to the Parisians mobilized on the ground during the confinement, announced the City of Paris in a press release this Friday. The portrait of several inhabitants of the capital will be projected on the Eiffel Tower.
They were on the front line during containment. And even since the start of the coronavirus epidemic in Paris. Caregivers, teachers, volunteers, garbage collectors … will be honored by the City of Paris this Sunday, May 10.
Portraits of caregivers, teachers, volunteers but also delivery men and agents of the City of Paris will be projected on the Eiffel Tower. The projection of these portraits will start at 9 p.m. A giant screen will be installed in front of the Eiffel Tower and a banner will broadcast the message: ” Fortunately, you were there “.
Source: Portraits of Parisians mobilized during confinement, projected on the Eiffel Tower
Snow and rain shut down the Eiffel Tower and covered Paris in a white coat
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The Eiffel Tower lit up in green to mark the success of the Paris Agreement, Friday Nov.4, 2016 in Paris.
The Paris Agreement on climate change enters into force Friday faster than anyone had anticipated, after a year with remarkable success in international efforts to slash man-made emissions of carbon dioxide and other global warming gases. Inscription reads, “Paris Agreement it’s done”.
(AP Photo/Michel Euler)
On our first night in Paris, Linda and I took a 10 pm cruise down the Seine river. You can get these boats near the Eiffel Tower, at Pont Neuf and at Pont d’Alma. So much fun. The tower is magnificent when it lights up! When I get lit up, I only think I’m magnificent, but this is the real deal. Here’s some video off my iPhone 6. If it looks familiar, you may remember the boatride in the movie “Charade” with Carey Grant and Audrey Hepburn.
I just read that “the Société d’Exploitation de la Tour Eiffel now considers any illumination of the tower to be a separate work of art that falls under copyright. As a result, it is illegal to publish contemporary photographs of the lit tower at night without permission in France and some other countries.”