Cool. I was thrilled that the citizens loved this for a long time. I only thought that our country's Sungnyemun was so sorry ㅜㅠ
The Arc de Triomphe of Constantine was named after the emperor of the Roman Empire, Constantine the Great was a legendary emperor in Roman history, and he unified the whole of Rome during his reign. Constantine the Arc de Triomphe of Constantine was Constantine the Great in victory over his strong opponent, Maxson The arch was built after the unification of western Rome. It was built after 312 AD and was built with Roman cement. The sculptures on it were mostly reliefs and mostly collected from other buildings of the Roman Empire at the time, and were assembled into the Arc de Triomphe of Constantine. The most famous of the many reliefs is the eight reliefs at the top of the Arc de Triomphe, which were removed from the monument of Emperor Mark Orlo and are now treasured in the Capitol Museum. It is said that Napoleon Bonaparte came to Rome and saw this Arc de Triomphe, which was greatly appreciated, and this Arc de Triomphe also became the model of the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, France. Tickets: free, not allowed to climb to the top address: Via di San Gregorio, 00186 Roma RM, Italy
The second floor of the Colosseum offers a view of the Arc de Triomphe of Constantine. Although not as grand as the Arc de Triomphe of Paris, the fact is that Napoleon built the Arc de Triomphe of Paris after watching it.
The first time I saw this Arc de Triomphe was inadvertently. Knowing the gladiators and Colosseums of Rome, seeing the Colosseum, walking among the ruins of the ancient Roman square, looking at the ruins of the broken walls, suddenly found this basically well preserved and very beautifully carved building. I think most people must have thought of the Arc de Triomphe in Paris at first sight. Perhaps the latter is a pulse of heritage or a huge inspiration. The completely stone-like building that keeps it for thousands of years without ruining it is not easy to see now. Just as a tourist, I can't understand the words and patterns carved above, but I simply feel that the sculpture is very beautiful and delicate.
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