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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The cornerstone of the Washington Memorial Arch, in marble, was laid.
The building's front, noted Kornberg, is reminiscent of the original Memorial Arch, the entrance to the Main Quadrangle that was destroyed during the 1906 earthquake.
Spread over six levels, the 10,600 square metre building fills in the gap between the Memorial Arch on Deiniol Road and the old college building in Upper Bangor.
Images will be projected from the city's Memorial Arch onto the wall of Bangor University's new Pontio Arts and Innovation Centre, making a connection between the sacrifices of the past and the hopes of the future.
Who has heard of Ghino Venturi (1884-1970), designer of the castle-like sacrario at Oslavia, or of Orfeo Rossato (1885-1937), who raised a huge memorial arch on the Asiago plateau, or of Felice Nori, who was responsible for the strange sacrario tower on the Montello ridge (Fig.
THE Memorial Arch, which commemorates the members of the Armed Forces from across all counties of North and mid Wales who died during the First World War, will be open to the public during Remembrance Week.
Inaugurating the Puducherry Freedom Fighters Centenary Year Memorial Arch and laying the foundation stone for the Government Girls High School at Maducarai, near here this evening, Mr Mukherjee said the primary concern of the centre was for 'Aam Admi' adding the Centre was spending two-third of the budget on infrastructure development in rural areas.
13, the top 30 ideas will be displayed in an outdoor exhibition in the center of the plaza, which is known for its stunning architecture, the Soldiers' and Sailors' Memorial Arch and the Bailey Fountain.
She was accompanied by the architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, who went on to design more than 30 country houses, the Thiepval war memorial arch on the Somme, the Cenotaph in London, the Viceroy's House in New Delhi and the British Embassy in Washington.
Then proceed through Memorial Arch to begin the 16-mile drive along the verdant parkway.
Phillips was due to make her racecourse debut in the charity race - incidentally, a fifth win of the day for McCoy on the Ian Balding-trained Memorial Arch - but she was a late defection, perhaps anxious to convince her eventing chums that her attention was fully focused on their sport.
The setting is the vast British military memorial arch, the Menin Gate.