What is the tallest man-made structure in France? (not including broadcast antennas)

Eiffel Tower
Millau Viaduct
Tour Montparnasse
Tour du Crédit Lyonnais
Designed by the French struc­tural engineer Michel Vir­logeux and British ar­chi­tect Norman Foster, it is the tallest bridge in the world. The P2 pier of the Viaduct is 343.0 meters (1,125 ft) tall, 19 meters taller than the Eiffel tower.

Answers distribution

Eiffel Tower
Millau Viaduct
Tour Montparnasse
Tour du Crédit Lyonnais
answers
flagFinland
2%
89%
2%
5%
39
flagItaly
11%
78%
4%
4%
42
flagBelgium
23%
76%
0%
0%
17
flagNew Zealand
21%
57%
14%
7%
14
flagAustralia
26%
54%
9%
10%
87
flagSpain
9%
54%
9%
27%
11
flagNorway
9%
53%
12%
25%
32
flagthe United Kingdom
27%
48%
10%
11%
176
flagGermany
20%
48%
8%
23%
100
flagPoland
30%
43%
9%
16%
5621
flagthe Netherlands
33%
42%
9%
14%
21
flagMalaysia
20%
40%
20%
20%
10
flagthe United States
36%
37%
13%
10%
186
flagCanada
50%
36%
0%
13%
22
flagIndia
38%
34%
18%
10%
50
flagFrance
41%
33%
4%
20%
24
flagRepublic of Ireland
52%
26%
21%
0%
19

Gender

men48%
women43%
Eiffel Tower
26%
29%
Millau Viaduct
48%
43%
Tour Montparnasse
8%
9%
Tour du Crédit Lyonnais
15%
17%

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