Memorial arch


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Memorial arch

An arch commemorating a person or event, popular during the Roman Empire and again at the time of Napoleon.

memorial arch

memorial arch at the Forum, Rome
An arch commemorating a person or event, popular during the Roman Empire, and again at the time of Napoleon and later.
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As a young art student I walked past the memorial arch in Bangor many times and I have to admit that I never gave it a huge amount of thought," said Williams, a past winner of the National Eisteddfod's Gold Medal for Fine Art.
The move follows from the successful co-operation between Bangor University and the Royal British Legion which saw the Memorial Arch on Deiniol Road, Bangor, open to the public last summer.
The setting is the vast British military memorial arch, the Menin Gate.
The building has been designed to achieve an excellent environmental standard and will provide a link from the Memorial Arch to the university's historic main building.
A MEMORIAL Arch commemorating the fallen from World War I is to reopen to the public.
course is sanctioned by Mid-Atlantic USA Track and Field and guides runners past replica soldiers' huts and the National Memorial Arch.
Overlooking the Soldiers' and Sailors' Memorial Arch, On Prospect Park affords breathtaking views of a classic Brooklyn neighborhood.
Since Jade's death last July, a memorial arch has been built over the entrance to her school.
Towards the end of the ride the cavalcade will meet up at the memorial arch in Bangor and at the war memorial.
This is all despite removal of the Memorial Arch some years ago and attempts to sell the Memorial Field for housing by Tranmere Rovers F C.
Located on Grand Army Plaza, home to the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Arch modeled after the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, On Prospect Park overlooks the entrance to Prospect Park, a 585-acre urban oasis designed by noted landscape architects Frederick Law Olmstead & Calvert Vaux and home to the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens.
We also want it to be a family event, so the activities will include a family expo, one-mile youth fun run, and three-mile walk to the National Memorial Arch and back.