I know that Paris has the Arc de Triomphe. I have seen it in the ruins of ancient Rome. There is also one in Moscow. The Arc de Triomphe stands on the Victory Square of Moscow. It was built to commemorate the victory of the Patriotic War in 1812. It was built in the style of the Arc de Triomphe of Constantine in ancient Rome. In the evening, we came to the Arc de Triomphe, with noisy roads on both sides. Standing in front of the Arc de Triomphe, the sky was red in the distance. At this time, it seemed as if the roads on both sides were in different spaces. The Arc de Triomphe was telling the story of the victory of the war at that time. There is no team in this scenic spot. I like the tranquility. Transportation: Subway to the Victory Square Station, you can see the Arc de Triomphe, across the road there is a monument, that is Victory Square Park.
The tour guide was very eloquent, but I couldn't remember, very embarrassed. When he came back, he searched Sogou, duplicated and pasted it, and strengthened his understanding - "In the middle of the busy street west of Moscow City, there was a triumphal arch almost identical to the triumphal arch in Paris, only slightly smaller. Surprisingly, both Triumph Gates were built to commemorate the same war. In memory of the defeat of Napoleon by the Russian Army, this may be the only case in history. To the east of Victory Square, you can see the Arc de Triomphe in Moscow. In 1814, to celebrate the victory over Napoleon and the return of Russian soldiers from the expedition to Western Europe, the Moscows established a wooden triumphal arch at the Teville Pass. Later, the wooden Arc de Triomphe rotted. After many setbacks, a Kutuzov Street was built exactly the same as before. Moscow's Arc de Triomphe was built in 1829 and took five years to complete. The Arc de Triomphe, 28 meters high, was built in the style of the Arc de Triomphe in Constantine, ancient Rome. The door is 28 meters high. A total of 6 groups of 12 cylinders were erected on the base of the door. The cylinder is made of pig iron. It is 12 meters high and weighs 16 tons. On the top of the door is a goddess of victory who holds laurel wreaths and drives six carriages with wings on her back. Its warriors, with sword or laurel wreath and olive branch, symbolize victory and peace. Between the doorposts, four Russian soldiers, wearing armor, carrying shields and guns, with "Expulsion of France, Liberation of Moscow" engraved on their fingers, are magnificent in their overall shape, which deserves to be a good place for taking photographs.
Sitting on the edge of the Arc de Triomphe is a pleasant feeling with the wind blowing! Sure enough, Arc de Triomphe is everywhere!
Moscow's Arc de Triomphe, also known as the Moscow Gate, was built in 1813. It is the only way to Europe and Moscow. It is 19 meters high and 16.5 meters wide. At the top, there is an internal teahouse. You can observe the Angala River. The whole gate is very grand, magnificent and exquisite.
This is a group of monuments near the Arc de Triomphe. It is also the tomb of martyrs.
The Moscow Arc de Triomphe is similar to the Paris Arc de Triomphe, which was built in the middle of the busy street west of Moscow city to commemorate the Russian Patriotic War. The whole Arc de Triomphe is covered with white stone and stands out against a black column.
The Arc de Triomphe in Moscow was built to commemorate Russia's defeat of Napoleon's army in the Patriotic War in 1812. It's ironic compared with the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, because it was built to commemorate the defeat of the Russian-Austrian coalition by the French army led by Napoleon in the Battle of Austerlitz in 1805. The Arc de Triomphe is 28 meters high, with a laurel wreath on its top and six carriages driven by wings on its back. Arc de Triomphe is located in the central greenbelt of the main road. There are underground passages to go to. The buildings on both sides of the main road are symmetrical. It is very suitable for photography. The scenic spot is free of charge.
On the broad streets of Moscow, there is a section of road between which underground passages can be accessed. Up comes the Arc de Triomphe, which commemorates the victory of the Moscow War in the French-Russian period. It is magnificent in architecture, exquisite in carving and magnificent in momentum. Looking ahead from the Arc de Triomphe, a broad square is the Monument to Victory.