Nice little arch that was too small for the army to walk under, so had to walk around, like a carrousel!
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Arc de Triomphe is the monument which can be seen from all along the Champs Elysées, a fifty meter high construction to celebrate the Victory of Napoleon in Austerlitz; The Arch stands at the center of the nicest avenue of Paris; under the Arch is...More
This Arc is smaller than its bigger and better known brother. Just outside the entrance to the Musee Louvre it is an interesting monument and easy to photograph. Looks good during the day but even better at night when it is lit up.
This arch is in front of the entrance for the Lourve. It's hard to miss and has some cool looking statues on top. It is much easier to access than the Arch du Triumphe because it isn't located at the center of one of the...More
I was meeting a friend there and after our meeting, i decided to walk back to my hotel. I did not realize how big it is, i got lost from there. i walked for 4 hours just to go back to my hotel. It might...More
This triumphal arch is located in the Place du Carrousel. It was built between 1806 and 1808 to commemorate Napoleon's military victories of the previous year. The more famous Arc de Triomphe de l'Étoile can be seenwith an unobstructed view west. Not as impressive as...More
he Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel is outside the Louvre. I found it to be more intriguing, beautiful, and easily accessible than the famous Arc de Triomphe outside of Champ Elysees. The only thing is that you cannot go to the top. But it is...More
Another beautiful place to visit in France, located in the Place du Carrousel and built between 1806-1807. Would be handy to have some of Napoleons soldiers there at this time to watch out for the pick pockets. Be aware of 1-2 of men coming towards...More
The Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel is a triumphal arch in Paris, located in the Place du Carrousel. It was built between 1806 and 1808 to commemorate Napoleon's military victories of the previous year. It is located close to the Louvre Museum and is worth...More