triumphal arch

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a monumental archway

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Its mission to replicate history depends more on the 3D photos, which have the immense advantage of being more suitable for high-tech restoration projects, such as that for the Triumphal Arch.
Daesh fighters dynamited two Roman temples, a triumphal arch and funeral towers last year, and also smashed statues and displays at the city museum before they fled.
The jihadist group seized Palmyra in May last year and dynamited two of its Roman-era temples, a triumphal arch and funeral towers.
We still fear what happened there … the destruction of the two temples [Baal Shamin and Bel], the triumphal arch, and the funeral towers," he said.
Our carriages took us down the splendid Maria-Theresien Strasse, the main boulevard in the heart of Innsbruck and then under the city's classic Triumphal Arch and on past St.
A triumphal arch was built over the main gateway to the port by civil engineers as part of the coronation decorations.
The impressive Politeama Theatre's facade is reminiscent of a Roman triumphal arch, while the majestic Massimo Theatre has finally re-opened after a long restoration and is all part of the city's vibrant night life.
Yet for those who fell, there would be no triumphal arch they were too late to be honoured by the departing Empire, and too early to be accepted by the free nation-state.
The main buildings are inscribed with letters and identified in a key at the bottom left of the sketch - A The Church, B Triumphal Arch, C The Revd Mr Holloways, D Miss Cotterells, E The Cock Pit, F, Mr Turners.
In the ceremonies, the urban landscape would be transformed through the construction of temporary architecture, usually in the form of a triumphal arch.
The "enlightened tourists" that followed Alexander von Humboldt's trips to the continent (1799 -1804) "mapped classical Western antiquity onto the Altiplano location of Tiwanaku" (170), imaging it as a Roman triumphal arch, a gesture that perhaps shows more about "how we form our ideas concerning the past" (173) than about the past itself.
The Humanist Interpretation of Hieroglyphs in the Allegorical Studies of the Renaissance: With a Focus on the Triumphal Arch of Maximilian I
The triumphal arch standing today was built in 1905 replacing an older one.
I stand at the Menin Gate Memorial designed by Sir Reginald Blomfield -- under its imposing facade crafted like a Roman Triumphal arch.
Among other things, Sela announced that he would remove the triumphal arch outside village of Vevcani if it is determined that it lies on the territory of the Municipality of Struga.