Beyond the Tower of Bethel and Edar-1

Beyond the Tower of Bethel and Edar-1
Genesis 35: 21 “And Israel journeyed and spread his tent beyond the tower of Edar.”
In our world today there are different towers that have become monuments of great value. People visit these towers all through the year for several reasons, sightseeing, relaxation, historical or even research purposes.
Notable monumental towers include The Coliseum in Rome, Italy, Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; The Golden Gate Bridge, San Fransisco, USA; Pyramid, Giza, Egypt; and one I look forward to visiting one day Eiffel Tower, Paris, France.
The Eiffel Tower has become the face of Paris and one of the most notable monuments in the world. Eiffel Tower was named after the man that constructed it, Alexandre-Gustave Eiffel. Its construction was completed on the 31st of March 1889. It was said to be made up of about 18,000 iron pieces and contains 1,710 steps.
It was principally built to celebrate the centennial of the French Revolution. A competition was declared to celebrate the occasion and about 107 proposals were submitted, out of which Eiffel’s was selected. It was the world’s tallest building for over forty years and attracted people from all over the world. The tower is still standing today as a symbol of Paris. You’ve not really been to France until you visit the Eiffel Tower.
People have used Towers over the years as monuments. Monuments are used for two primary purposes, to stand as a memorial in remembrance of the dead, especially dead war heroes or as a remembrance of a successful feat or ground breaking achievement.
In other words, it is used to remember “sadness” or “happiness”. Each time you see a monument, it definitely reminds you of something in history, either good or bad. Such remembrance either makes you weep or smile.
To be continued…
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