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very similar to the one in Paris, however a scaled down version.. forms a gateway to the city, leads straight to the city center.. cannot be accessed on regular days, except during the national celebration period when its open for visitors. so just a good...More
Whether by taxi or bus, you will pass this arch on your way to or from the airport. Stay on the left side of your vehicle for the best view. If you miss it because you were dozing, well catch it’s twin in Paris next...More
The arch was built to commemorate the heroes of the First World War and also the War of Independence. When I first saw it I had to look twice, thinking I had been transported somehow to Paris. It is also very similar to London's Marble...More
I don’t understand why people want to make copies of famous monuments of culture, not create new ones. The arch is beautiful, you have to see it, it’s a bit of unorganized movement around her. There’s is a small museum in there who unavailable for...More
Yes, yes, you heard right, the Arc de Triomphe. Not only will the name ring for you familiar but also the mirror. The Arc de Triomphe of Bucharest is very reminiscent of the Arc de Triomphe of Paris. It is not by chance that Bucharest...More
This is a very impressive feature in Bucharest. It was built to record Romania's independence in 1878. It acknowledges the important people in this period - Karol 1 and his wife. It also houses a museum of guns.
On our way to and from the airport we went past the Arcul de Triumf a couple of times. It's very near a beautiful park, Herastrau Park, with some very grand houses in the area. I understand this is the third arch on this particular...More