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|Marble Arch is a white Carrara marble monument.Only members of the royal family and the King's Troop, Royal Horse Artillery are allowed to pass through the arch.|
|The Euston Arch was the original entrance to Euston station in Central London. Designed by architect Philip Hardwick, it was inspired by Roman architecture, following Hardwick's trip to Italy in 1818-19. The 'Propylaeum' or Doric arch (1837) of stone pillars and iron gating, 70 feet high, was designed for the London and Birmingham Railway, mirroring Curzon Street Station at the other end of th...||03/15/2006||300|
|(portuguese: Arco da Porta Nova) is an arch in Sé, Braga, Portugal.|
The arch decorates the western gate of the medieval wall. It was opened in 1512 and was the place where the keys of the city were given.
The actual arch is a combination of baroque and neoclassic styles, was designed by architect André Soares and built in 1772 - 1773.
|The Arch of Titus is a Pentelic marble triumphal arch with a single arched opening, located on the Via Sacra just to the south-east of the Forum in Rome. It was constructed by the emperor Domitian shortly after the death of his brother Titus (born AD 41, emperor 79-81), commemorating the capture and sack of Jerusalem in 70, which effectively terminated the Jewish War begun in 66 (although the R...||11/17/2006||297|
|Raised in Bucharest to commemorate Romania's Great War heros, "Arcul de Triumf" stands about 25 meters high. The first monument, made of wood, was erected on the same spot in 1922, being replaced in 1935 by the actual arch, built in Deva granite, by Architect Petre Antonescu, who is also the father of the Bucharest City Hall. The Triumphal Arch is conceived in classical style, followi...||05/02/2006||464|
|The Arch of Ctesiphon, just outside Baghdad, part of a palace built by Sasanian kings in the sixth century AD.||08/22/2005||444|
|The Causey Arch is a bridge near Stanley in County Durham. It is the world’s oldest surviving railway bridge.|
It was built in 1725-26 by architect Ralph Wood, funded by a conglomeration of coal-owners known as the "Grand Allies" (founded by Colonel Liddell and the Hon. Charles Montague). Two tracks crossed the Arch — one to take coal to the River Tyne, and the other for the retur...
|Hiroshima Big Arch is located in Hiroshima, Japan. It is used by Sanfrecce Hiroshima. It has a capacity of 45,000. It was built in 1993. It is an all-seater.||12/12/2006||287|
|The 67-foot Peace Arch is jointly maintained by the United States and Canada. The concrete structure was the inspiration of Sam Hill, railroad builder and industrialist. Construction (begun in 1920) was completed Sept. 6, 1921.|
The Arch commemorates the signing of the Treaty of Ghent in 1814 and the Rush-Bagot Agreement in 1817. Entered into by the King of England and U.S. President ...
|I think it is a very weird and interesting " something". It looks like some kind of altar. Another strange viewpoint:don't you think it's "Y-wing" fighter?||10/30/2008||1,623|
|Something weird in Florida||09/29/2006||389|
|This Google Earth model was done in SketchUp, which has recently added functrions that make transferring data to and from Google Earth ALMOST seemless. Also, it is one of the better 3D models of the St. Louis / Jefferson National Expansion Memorial Gateway Arch I have seen.||01/24/2006||2,741|