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Bais City, Negros Oriental Created a Replica of Famous Paris Eiffel Tower

Bais City, Negros Oriental recreated their own replica of the famous tower in the city of love Paris the “Eiffel Tower” for this Christmas season.

Bais Eiffel Tower
Image Source: Kenzo Laxina/Facebook

Every Christmas season, local governments around the world including the Philippines exerting efforts to brighten up their parks and City halls with beautiful Christmas decors to ushers in the festive season.

Every night, the residents would flock to public parks to enjoy the lights and sounds that truly embody our kind of “Paskong Pinoy. “Paskong Pinoy” is truly a wonderful thing in Filipinos.

Recently, the local government of Bais City, Negros Oriental impress their residents as they build their replica of the world famous Eiffel Tower. Instead of the traditional Christmas tree, the local government of Bais recreated an 80-foot tall ‘Eiffel Tower’.

Bais Eiffel Tower
Image Source: Kenzo Laxina/Facebook

The glittering tower is filled with lights mesmerizing its residents. The structure can be found at the Bais City public plaza until January 5.

In celebration of their version of “Eiffel Tower,” the government even held a photography contest on who captures the best shot of their gleaming tower. And it was not only the residents who were mesmerized but even netizens online.

Bais Eiffel Tower
Image Source: Kenzo Laxina/Facebook

Bais City Eiffel Tower becomes one of their tourist attractions this holiday season in their city. In 2018, Bais City also made fairytale-inspired Christmas decors as they recreated a huge castle glittering in bright lights.

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