70 meters above the Parisians, tightrope walker Nathan Paulin connected the Eiffel Tower to the Chaillot theater. A performance performed twice this weekend, Saturday, then Sunday.
Standing on a rope stretched between the Eiffel Tower and the Chaillot Theatre, Nathan Paulin “move on.
This tightrope walker of 27 years connected these two Parisian monuments, walking in balance, with the only assurance, a strap connected to a safety lanyard.
A performance performed twice this weekend, Saturday, then Sunday.
“It’s a bit of a dream to leave the Eiffel Tower and arrive at the Théâtre de Chaillot,” he confides at the finish. It was beautiful to share this with all the people who were there ! »
Nathan Paulin is a regular at this kind of feat. He also holds more world records in this discipline called the “highline”, literally the high line.
“It’s very poetic”
This Saturday, Nathan Paulin moved 70 meters above the Parisian public, necessarily impressed.
« When we are under it, we feel like it will fall at any moment “, comments Bruno, Parisian.
At his side, another Parisian, Marion, enthuses : “This is extraordinary ! I’ve never seen that. It’s very poetic and really impressive ! »
The crossing took half an hour.
Nathan Paulin performed for the Heritage days. The opportunity, for the tightrope walker, to take and bring another look at the Parisian monuments.