Exit from metro to Arc de Triomphe
Arc de Triomphe in French means Arc de Triomphe.
Arc de Triomphe
Start of Champs Elysees. Of course, Arc de Triomphe is starting point of 12 avenues radiating from Arc de Triomphe as center.
Traffic around the Arc de Triomphe is like a big roundabout.
From periphery to Arc de Triomphe, you need to go through underground passage.
The Arc de Triomphe was built in 1806 and completed in 1836, which took 30 years to complete. Originally built by Napoleon to commemorate his victories in several major battles (mainly at Austerlitz), but after his exile in 1815, Arc de Triomphe also became a monument to French Revolution.
21 roses on central vault of Arc de Triomphe.
1792 Battle of Remap.
The Battle of Austerlitz in 1805 is loudest battle of Napoleon.
The names of French heroes are engraved in interior.
Four giant sculptures on either side are dedicated to French Revolution of 1792, also known as Marseillaise.
To commemorate Treaty of Vienna, signed at Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna in 1809, also known as Treaty of Schönbrunn or Treaty of Schönbrunn. The figure in the center is Napoleon.
In memory of Napoleon's victory over Sixth Coalition against France in 1814.
Note "Treaty of Paris" signed after defeat of Napoleon at Waterloo in 1815 (the Seventh Anti-French Coalition)
Funeral of François Severin Marceau (1769)
The Battle of Akola in 1796.
The Battle of Egyptian Pyramids in 1798.
In 1799, Battle of Abgir took place (Introduction to the "Three thousandth anniversary of Jerusalem" - 33 (4) of Napoleon Bonaparte).
The following are names of some famous battles in which France won victories.
The fence in middle part of Arc de Triomphe.
Under Arc de Triomphe, torch in memory of Unknown Soldier during First World War does not go out all year round.
Beauty sits on ground
Overlooking the Champs Elysees.
In total, 12 streets diverge from Arc de Triomphe, and I cannot name them.
The Eiffel Tower in south.
Double decker buses
Arc de Triomphe