If you are in Bucharest, you can't miss this Triumph Arch. It's the smaller version of the one in Paris.
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We walked past this edifice on our walk from Hotel Christina to the outdoor museum. It is quite a walk (we had planned to visit the peasant museum, but it was closed for refurbishment) but we made it in sweltering heat. On our drive back...More
didnt feel special or original about it. havent been seen on purpose but its on the way of village museum and some other museums. u ll see even if u dont want to.
This is a wonderful safe road access by the park. You can stand safely at the arch and get wonderful pictures.
Most European cities have them and I like to tick them off my checklist when I visit a new place. Great for photos! :)
The Arch of Triumph was originally made of wood and was put up to allow the troops from World War I to march under it on their way to Bucharest. It was rebuilt in 1922 and again in 1935 with stronger materials (granite). It stands...More
And there it stood, beautiful! Traffic around it makes it a little hard to manage it as a site - visiting closely is difficult unless you want to try and conquer the sometimes crazy Romanian drivers!
Similar to the French model, this arch is surrounded by traffic as it is also a round about. On the north eastern part of it is the Herastrau park and then Village museum and although lots of taxis pass through here, trust me it is...More
Smaller I think than the Paris icon but still worth a snap or two. Didnt appear to be any access to roof or anything to do other than admire.
In the middle of a large boulevard a 1/3 of the size of its parent monument in Paris Still impressive and nice Heavy traffic around the monument Nice pictorial place and near Herastrau parc