The Eiffel tower will become surrounded by a protective fence meant to limit the risk of the attacks.
The decision was adopted by the administration of Paris, report Bloomberg.
A group of French officials invested no less than 20 million euros into the project.
According to them, the most important thing is the aspect of the barrier, who must not affect the famous tower from an esthetical point of view.
‘The main idea is to create a permanent and aesthetic barrier’, revealed Paris official Jean-Francois Martins.
‘Unfortunately, the terrorism risk’, has not disappeared yet.
According to Le Parisien, the bulletproof glass fence will measure 2.5 meters-tall.
After the installation of the wall, the visitors will not be able to visit the surrounding area of the tower.
France is in a state of emergency for more than a year.
The security measure was adopted on 13th November, after 130 people died in central Paris.
Since then, the French authorities prevented multiple terrorist attacks although the threat is still present.
Another major blow came on their National Day in Nice.
A Tunisian ran over the crowd gathered to see the fireworks.
Although France hosted the European Football Championship, the event failed to improve the numbers in the touristic department.
This year, France reported the lowest number of tourists from the last ten years.