I have been thinking of a "realistic" and near future scenario where an Emirati construction company manage to build a twin of the Eiffel Tower, on the Champ de Mars next to the original one. This twin is placed very close (I do not have any measurements for now) to the original, permitting the construction of a bridge between the first floors of both towers.
The twin is an exact copy of the original. The only differences would be in which company provided the antennae, where the steel were molded and who built it (the original was built by (if I remember correctly) Gustave Eiffel's company in the late 1880's, while the twin one was built by an Emirati company around the early 2030's in which I set the scenario). The tower itself would cost the company around 28 million dollars according to some estimates if we were to build a twin of the tower today in real life (the original cost 38 million euros (however back then euro did not exist it was the franc))
But why would anyone build a twin of the Eiffel Tower in Paris next to the original? What are the possible reasons to do so in a modern contemporary world (similar to 2018)?