Eiffel Tower Replica
In spite of recurring hate binges for that nation of cheese-nibbling "surrender monkeys," [this, apparently, written during one of them] Americans unfailingly find something to love about the French. We know this because we still buy French wine when it's on sale, dine at French-themed McDonald's, and drive our foreign fuel-averse cars to the 15 towns in the US named "Paris."
As of this writing, not one of these municipalities has changed its name to "Freedomville," or "Patriotown." A few podunk Parisians have celebrated their French connection with replicas of its most iconic structure -- the Eiffel Tower.
In Paris, Tennesee, a town of about 10,000, a 60-ft. tall Eiffel tower originally created at Christian Brothers University, Memphis, was donated and permanently installed in Paris's Memorial Park. This somewhat petite ET succumbed to the civic aggressions of a taller tower in another Paris. And when it started to deteriorate, the town refurbished it to touch the clouds at 70-ft.
There continue to be taller Eiffel Towers (including the original) but Paris, TN is the only place also boasting it is home of the "World's Biggest Fish Fry."
US States with a Paris: Arkansas, Idaho, Illinois, Kentucky, Maine, Michigan, Missouri, New York, Tennessee, Texas, Wisconsin. Canadian Provinces with a Paris: Ontario, Yukon