The Russian Arc de Triomphe was repaired by Alexander III for his father Nikola Alexandrovich, commemorating the great achievements of the expansion of the territory, and the Arc de Triomphe is one of the city's famous symbols. The Arc de Triomphe combines the characteristics of the European Arc de Triomphe and the Russian architectural style, which is very beautiful. The arch is uniquely located, not far from the Golden Horn Bay.
In 1891, Nikolay II, the emperor of Russia, came to Vladivostok to attend the opening ceremony of the longest railway in the world as chairman of the Siberian Railway Construction Commission. The frontier town of Vladivostok, for the first time, welcomed such an eminent figure and felt glorious, so it built this "Arc de Triomphe" to commemorate it. At that time, he had not succeeded to the throne, so this "Arc de Triomphe" was called "Crown Prince's Gate". It was demolished in 1927 and rebuilt in 2003. Take it apart or rebuild it. The so-called "Arc de Triomphe" became the evidence of Russian aggression against China and humiliated the Chinese people.
Free attractions. Located behind the C-56 submarine museum, adjacent to the Orthodox Church. Arc de Triomphe, but much smaller than Paris, but standing under the door, you can still feel the magnificence of the gate at that time. It's very quiet here, surrounded by old buildings, giving people a sense of simplicity and generosity. The door was rebuilt in recent years and was first demolished in the Soviet Union. The door is a typical Russian style. The eagle on the top of the door is still looking at the world. It shows Russia's past and present strength.
Usually called the Arc de Triomphe in Russia, it actually looks like a pavilion. The style is a little like the stele Pavilion of the Gongde Stele. The pattern decoration on it is very characteristic. The Arc de Triomphe is very close to the C-56 Submarine Museum and the Orthodox Church. It is fifty meters downhill and can be visited together. Half of the Chinese-style stone tablets carved with an incident of Guangxunian were accidentally found in the open space beside the Arc de Triomphe. It was very touching to see, because the time was just ceded to Vladivostok.
In the middle of the busy street west of Moscow City, there is a triumphal arch almost identical in shape to the triumphal arch in Paris, but 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. There is another story about the Arc de Triomphe in Moscow. In 1812, Napoleon led 640,000 troops into Moscow and set fire to the city. He thought he had won. Before the arrival of Napoleon, the Moscow army and civilians carried out a hard-wall clearance, which made Napoleon flourish and retreat without success. They frequently sniped Napoleon on the way of his evacuation, coupled with the cold weather and the continuous supply of food and grass, which made Napoleon suffer terribly and resulted in heavy casualties. Of course, the Moscow people also won, which is the party's usual position on history.
The Arc de Triomphe in Vladivostok is said to commemorate the last Czar's landing in Vladivostok. The Czar in this photo is still a very handsome naval museum. It is said that there are six layers underground which can lead directly to the submarine, the famous former Soviet submarine.
Behind the Eastern Orthodox Church of Vladivostok is the Arc de Triomphe in Russia. It is one of the landmarks of Vladivostok. Although it can not be said to be a very interesting place, it has great historical value and significance for the Russians.
Traveling in Russia, we can see that many cities have such triumphal arch. On the way to Golden Cape Bay, we can see the triumphal arch. It was built in 1891 and is also said to be called the Crown Prince's Gate.
Originally destroyed after 1891, the Arc de Triomphe in Russia is now a rebuilt version. The arch is situated in a unique place not far from the Golden Cape Bay. The Arc de Triomphe combines the characteristics of the European Arc de Triomphe and the Russian architectural style. It is very beautiful near the C-56 Submarine Museum.
These three rooms were built for the father and the king. They commemorate the heroes of Russia's open and rigid soil. This is also the place where the Chinese people are distressed. It is because of their weakness that they have been ceded a large area of territory. We must strive for the rise of China.
One of the landmark buildings in Vladivostok, Triumphal Gate, Russia, is not far from the submarine museum. The Triumphal Gate is very small. In the shade of a lush forest, typical Russian-style buildings are surrounded by many pigeons.