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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ISIS terrorist organization stole a large number of archaeological artifacts and smuggled them outside Syria in addition to destroying many historic archaeological sites in the city including the tower tombs, The Arc of Triumph, Temple of Bel, Temple of Baalshamin and the Lion of al-Lat statue.
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.
The Arc of Triumph in central Bucharest, which will be a new destination from JLA this winter