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jabez177

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In which city did engineer Gustav Eiffel construct his iron and steel tower, the world's tallest structure when it was built in 1889? A. London B. Berlin C. Paris D. New York City

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    Okay, time for an riddle. It rhymes with many words, or letters, rather, it's known as a City of Lights, of beauty, There is but only one place it can be, however, the P, to the C, sounding like D yet it is not B. Of all these ones, there is but one it can be.

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    A?

  4. Surana
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    Not quite. But if you moved down two...

  5. jabez177
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    C?

  6. Surana
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    Yes.

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