Breathtaking Scenes: An Adventurer Walks on a Rope from the Eiffel Tower
A French adventurer walks a distance of 670 meters on a rope at an altitude of 70 meters in Paris.
In a breathtaking event, French adventurer Nathan Boleyn walked a distance of 670 meters on a rope at a height of 70 meters from the Eiffel Tower to the Chaillot National Theater in the French capital, Paris.
The 27-year-old took around 30 minutes to complete the stunt using a safety rope. His journey was sometimes interrupted by a few breaks, during which he sat or hung on the rope before resuming his mission. The adventurer received encouragement and applause from Parisians and tourists.
Boleyn's stunt comes to mark the beginning of Heritage Days, during which people are invited to visit cultural sites that are usually closed to the public on regular days.
It is worth mentioning that in 2017, Boleyn has set a world record for walking a distance of 1 km between Eiffel Tower and Trocadero on a rope.