The Eiffel Tower will reopen on June 25




The Eiffel Tower in Paris is set to close on June 25, after it was shut down for more than three months after World War II due to an epidemic.


At least 11 years old is a must for all visitors to wear a face mask, and the top - which is much younger than the other two - is currently closed.

The French government has eased lockdown measures since mid-May. The Palace of Versailles reopened on June 6, and the Louvre Museum welcomes visitors from July 6.

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