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To save energy, Paris plans to turn off the lights of the Eiffel Tower

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To save energy, Paris plans to turn off the lights at the Eiffel Tower early each night.

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When the final guests have left, the tower will turn off at 11.45 p.m., according to the city government.

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A lighting system that gives the monument a golden glow typically keeps it lit until one in the morning.

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The Eiffel Tower, Paris' most recognisable landmark, will turn off early as the French capital attempts to conserve energy in the midst of Europe's energy crisis, according to The Guardian.

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The 1889-built, 1,083-foot tower is illuminated every day from sunset till one in the morning.

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Since 1958, the "Iron Lady" has been illuminated by the tower, giving her a golden radiance.

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Additionally, every hour, for five minutes on the hour, its 20,000 LEDs will shine.