Eiffel's house is located just off the main square and is worth stopping by to see for a few minutes, perhaps with an ice cream in hand.
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Designed by Eiffel, shipped knocked down to Iquitos and assembled on the spot, its the most sustainable building in the jungle. Look beneath the multiple layers of paint and try to see it in all its glory. Too bad it didn't become a model for...More
If you're walking in downtown Iquitos by all means take a look and a picture. It's an antique metal house designed (allegedly) by Gustave Eiffel, of Eiffel tower fame. It's not too impressive, but it's colorful and quaint. If you're not in the area I...More
This building was made with the spares metal from the Eiffel tower from Paris and it architect was Eiffel. In there you can find stores and restaurants.
This Square is a good place to grab a bite to eat then walk around and see the old buildings and watch the people .
There is nothing worth looking at on the inside. It's not very well maintained either. Nothing too impressive. It may have been important or impressive before. There's nothing on its history either.
A big disappointment. The name Eiffel attached to it raises expectations but it appears to be one more dilapidated building in a city that is full of them.
It used to be a nice place to sit down but the situation inside is dangerous (not well maintained) and so it is closed already for a couple of years. Nothing to see but the outside :-(
This is just a building that apparently was designed / built by Eiffel of Paris. There is really nothing special to see, there are stores a pharmacy. There are much nicer buildings in this city to see, just walk the streets and enjoy the many...More
This Landmark Building bordering on the Plaza des Armas in Iquitos is made of iron and hosts Eiffel (not confirmed) as its architect. Nevertheless it's a nice touch to your Iquitos experience is best viewed from across the street. It houses stores in the lower...More