Is copper in the Tokyo Tower? Maybe the wires?

I’m asking so many questions…sorry. Thanks!



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    Built in 1950s, the Tokyo Tower was constructed entirely of steel.  About a third of the material was actually collected by melting down damaged or destroyed American tanks from the Korean War.  Upon completion, the Tokyo Tower became the tallest self-supporting structure in the world, besting the Eiffel Tower by a mere 13 meters.  The structure is also reputed for its “light” weight; at 4,000 tons, the Tokyo Tower is almost half the weight of its French counterpart.

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