If you want to choose a building to compete with the Eiffel Tower for the symbol of Paris, then the Arc de Triomphe is the only choice. The Arc de Triomphe was built to commemorate Napoleon's victory in 1805, but in fact, Napoleon's army did not pass through the Arc de Triomphe and returned home. It was Hitler's Nazi army that passed through it with great pride during World War II. History has become a cloud. Now the Arc de Triomphe is a symbol of French patriotism. Whether it is the name of a general engraved on the arch wall or the tomb of an unknown martyr, it is a tribute to the heroes who died for France. The Arc de Triomphe was crowned in Paris twice, not for the heroes of France, but for the beautiful scenery. Museum tickets can be used to climb the top of the Arc de Triomphe. These days in Paris, there was a big cold wave and fewer visitors, so there was hardly any queue to enter. Rotating stairs must be climbed, first to the second floor, is a museum, this museum last time came to visit carefully, and then a circle, found that there is a display hall of French military uniforms not seen last time, perhaps in recent years added. Climbing up one layer, you can reach the top platform of 50 meters. Even if you come here for the second time, you are still very excited. Standing here, you feel like you are in the heart of Paris. Twelve broad roads radiate from your feet. The Eiffel Tower, Concorde Square, Sacred Heart Cathedral and even the Pyramids of the Louvre are all in sight. From above, the most magnificent is the Champs Elysees Avenue, which connects the Triumph Gaulle Square with the Harmony Square where the obelisk is located. The Arc de Triumph and the Obelisk are just two points at one end.