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Four Days in Austria

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Hyojung Kim

on 4 September 2012

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The Arc de Triomphe (in English: "Triumphal Arch") honours those who fought and died for France in the French Revolutionary and the Napoleonic Wars, with the names of all French victories and generals inscribed on its inner and outer surfaces.In it's position it creates a direct line that lines up the Lourvre, itself ant La Grande Arc de la Defense It is now also used as the end of the tour de France. If you are planning to visit many monuments and museums during your séjour à Paris, Discover France offers the "Museums and Monuments Card" (Carte Musées et Monuments), valid for unlimited visits and priority access to approximately 70 locations in and near Paris. The Arc is located on the right bank of the Seine at the centre of a pentagon-shaped configuration of twelve avenues. It was commissioned in 1806 after the victory at Austerlitz by Emperor Napoleon at the peak of his fortunes. Following its construction, the Arc de Triomphe became the rallying point of French troops parading after successful military campaigns and for the annual Bastille Day Military Parade. Famous victory marches around or under the Arc have included the Germans in 1871, the French in 1919, the Germans in 1940, and the French and Allies in 1944 and 1945. When the Nazis marched through the arch it was a huge blow to the French moral as here were their concorors marching through their symbol of glory and power. Four Days
in Austria The Museum of Art History Mirabell Garden : Salzburg :the city of the Sound of Music the house where Mozart was born Getreidgasse Hohensalzburg Castle Salzburg
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