Built in 1922 on the Parisian model, it celebrates the victory of the Romanian army in the First World War, the proclamation of King Ferdinand and the unification of the three Romanian provinces. The first version having quickly deteriorated, it was destroyed and rebuilt, then inaugurated in 1936. Under communism, the royal representations were withdrawn and then replaced after 1989. From its summit, the Arc de Triomphe offers a beautiful view of the surrounding parks. The small museum inside shows pictures of the old arch and maps of the city at the time.
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