The Eiffel Tower in Paris is partly open again for tourists on Thursday morning after a closure of more than three months because of the coronavirus.
For the time being, the public is only allowed to climb the famous tower via the stairs and no further than the second floor.
The 324-meter-high tourist attraction in the French capital opened at around 10 a.m. after being closed for 104 days.
About fifty mainly French people were waiting to do the climb, watched by a group of international journalists.
Visitors over the age of 11 must wear a face mask.