France: Acrobat walks on tightrope from Eiffel Tower to Seine

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The warm applause of the crowd and the amazing view of the whole Paris was the reward of the balancer Nathan Polen, who covered a distance of 600 meters walking on a belt, from Eiffel Tower to the opposite bank of the Seine.

The 27-year-old Polen, at a height of 70 meters above the ground, sat for a while and then lay down on the balance belt, before completing his half-hour performance, arriving at the Sagio Theater.

“It’s really great to start at the Eiffel Tower. “I did not feel it during the show, I was not really afraid of the height,” he said.

Polen had to train for four years but also overcome the height phobia he had as a child to achieve this feat.

In 2019, the French balancer walked, at a height of 150 meters, on a rope that connected two skyscrapers, in the La Defense district of Paris, covering a distance of 510 meters.

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