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
1%
93%
1%
3%
66
flagItaly
10%
77%
5%
5%
68
flagthe United Arab Emirates
14%
75%
7%
2%
41
flagBelgium
30%
65%
0%
5%
20
flagGreece
28%
60%
0%
10%
28
flagthe Netherlands
24%
58%
6%
10%
65
flagNew Zealand
21%
57%
14%
7%
14
flagthe United Kingdom
24%
55%
9%
11%
378
flagAustralia
26%
54%
9%
10%
87
flagSpain
19%
52%
4%
23%
21
flagGermany
25%
48%
8%
17%
210
flagSweden
30%
45%
20%
5%
20
flagthe United States
33%
44%
12%
9%
271
flagNorway
19%
42%
14%
23%
42
flagPoland
31%
41%
9%
16%
11813
flagFrance
34%
39%
9%
16%
43
flagIndia
42%
32%
17%
6%
73
flagCanada
44%
32%
0%
24%
25
flagRepublic of Ireland
34%
15%
28%
21%
38
flagUnknown
51%
13%
11%
23%
906

Gender

men38%
women46%
Eiffel Tower
33%
28%
Millau Viaduct
38%
46%
Tour Montparnasse
9%
9%
Tour du Crédit Lyonnais
18%
16%

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