I read Unit 78 of "English Grammar in Use, Raymond Murphy, 4th ED" last night. In "A" section of the unit it's stated:
"Names of important public buildings and institutions (for example, airports, stations, universities) are often two words: Manchester Airport Harvard University
The first word is the name of a place ('Manchester') or a person ('Harvard') These names are usually without the."
Later in the exercise section I encountered the following fill in question:
"... is in Paris"
I looked up the answer, and it was "The Eiffel Tower". But based on the explanation it must be "Eiffel Tower", without "The", because "Eiffel" is the name of the designer of the tower.
Any response would be appreciated.