Arc de Triomphe

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Arc de Triomphe

(ˈɑːk də ˈtriːəʊmf; French ark də trijɔ̃f)
n
(Named Buildings) the triumphal arch in Paris begun by Napoleon I to commemorate his victories of 1805–6 and completed in 1836
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Since it over-ran the city last May, the "Islamic State" group has destroyed a number of its ancient structures, including the Temple of Bel and the iconic Arc of Triumph, which UNESCO designated a World Heritage Site.
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After all, there was only one arc of triumph in Paris on Wednesday night and it was the line travelled by McFadden's 35-yard shot which dipped over French keeper Mickael Landreau, who found himself hopelessly stranded too far off his line.