The Carousel Arc de Triomphe (Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel) in Paris, also known as the Little Arc de Triomphe, is located at the open end of the courtyard of the Louvre in France. It is an example of a Corinthian neoclassical building built between 1806 and 1808 to commemorate Napoleon's military victory the previous year.
The Cape Arc de Triomphe in Paris is a triumph gate between the Louvre and the garden of Durell. The small Arc de Triomphe was designed and built by Pierre François puedana and Sharre puedael Siye from 1806 to 1808 years to celebrate the victory of Napoleon Bonaparte in a series of wars in 1805. The three round arches are between marble columns, with reliefs, a cart replica and the Statue of Peace. The Arc de Triomphe, facing the Louvre Square, is close by a relief with a French flag and a pyramid-shaped glass structure designed by Pei. Between the small Arc de Triomphe and the glass building that serves as the entrance to the Louvre, there was a Dullere Palace, which was demolished by the Paris commune incident.
The scale of the small Arc de Triomphe is smaller and closer to the human being, so the details of the reliefs and statues are more prominent, very beautiful building, this is the Louvre on the west side of the area, from the garden must go.
The Little Arc de Triomphe, also known as the Cavalry Arc de Triomphe, is between the Louvre and the Dullerie Gardens.
The little Arc de Triomphe in the Louvre Square is also very special.
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