Although named as a tower, the Azadi Tower or Freedom Tower is the western gateway of Tehran, built in an architectural style that combines modern and tradi ...
Located at the foot of Moran Hill in Pyongyang, the capital city of North Korea, the Arch of Triumph was constructed in 1982 to commemorate the Korean resis ...
Although the triumphal arch in Castel Nuovo is single-faced, it was originally planned to construct a free-standing arch for the Piazza del Duomo with two f ...
Although the concept of the triumphal arch is completely European, the Victoria Arch, officially known as the Swords of Quadisiyag, the pair of triumphal ar ...
Overlooking the Tiananmen Square the Meridian Gate, known as Wumen in Chinese, is the southern and the largest gate of the Forbidden City, the Imperial Pala ...
Located next to the Tower of David, one of the best-known sites of the old Ottoman city of Jerusalem, Jaffa Gate was inaugurated in 1538 as part of the rebu ...
Located on a hilltop, around 46 km northeast of Bhopal, the Great Stupa at Sanchi with its four ornamented gateways or toranas, is one of the Buddhist archi ...
Located at the end of Lan Xang Avenue, in the centre of Vientiane, the capital and the largest city of Laos, Patuxai is a massive war memorial and a triumph ...
Located in the heart of Seoul, Sungnyemun is one of the eight gates of the 18.2 km long and 20 feet tall fortress wall
Located around 523 km (325 miles) southeast of the Acropolis, the Arch of Hadrian, resembling in some respect a Roman triumphal arch, spanned an ancient road.
To commemorate the Russian victory over Napoleon Bonaparte, the wooden structure of the Narva Triumphal Arc, designed by the Italian architect Giacomo Quare ...
The Gates of Cairo, locally called Bab, were the fortified gates installed from time to time at the portals in the four-sided wall surrounding the medieval ...
Although the Arch of Caracalla is not architecturally outstanding, it is definitely one of the most distinctive sights of Volubilis.
Located near the Mount of Olives and the Via Dolorosa, the Lion’s Gate was built during the 16th century by the Ottoman Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent.
The Washington Square Arch that stands at the northern end of the Washington Square Park in the Greenwich Village, near Lower Manhattan in New York City.
Clad in stainless steel and built in the form of a weighted catenary arch, the 630 feet (192 m) tall Gateway Arch monument in St Louis, Missouri in the US.
When London was a walled city and entry to the city was restricted through the gateways. Today only the Temple Bar Gateway remains intact.
Considered as an iconic landmark of Mexico City, the Revolution Monument, is located on Plaza de la Republica between downtown Reforma and Insurgentes.
a wooden Triumphal Arch was built beside the Tver to commemorate the victorious Russian troops returning from West Europe.
Damascus Gate is the most impressive among the eight unique gates of the city. In Arabic it is called Bab al-Nasr, meaning gate of victory.
Located at the heart of India's capital city, New Delhi, the India Gate is a war memorial dedicated to honour the 82,000 soldiers of the Undivided Indian Army.
Designed by John Nash in 1827, the Marble Arch in London is a white marble faced triumphal arch, built as the royal gateway to the Buckingham Palace.
Situated at the centre of the Cinquantenaire Park in Brussels, Belgium, Arcade du Cinquantenaire built in celebration of the Belgium Kingdomâ€™s golden jub ...
Located on Ataturk Boulevard and leading into the Kaleici, the historic city centre of Antalya, the stunning Hadrians Gate is a typical Roman triumphal ...
Located at Apollo Bunder in the bustling Colaba area of Bombay (now Mumbai) and facing the wide Arabian Sea, the Gateway of India with its regal arches is t ...
Located at the end of Curetes Street in the Celsus Library Court of Ephesus, the Gate of Augustus was built in 40 A.D by the slaves Mazeus and Mythridates.
Like the famous Arc de Triomphe, this arch was also commissioned by Emperor Napoleon in 1806 to commemorate his victory at the Battle of Austerlitz in 1805.
Rua Augusta Arch or Arco da Rua Augusta is one of the main spots of tourist attraction and important landmark of the central part of Lisbon, the capital of ...
Located in the heart of the old city of Hyderabad, the Charminar stands regally tall amidst the colourful bangle shops in the heart of the winding and rambl ...
The Tower of London, the historic castle located on the north bank of the River Thames in central London, was basically built to provide additional royal ac ...
In the same year, Titus brother and successor, Domitian commissioned the construction of the Arch of Titus to posthumously honor his late brother and to com ...
The Golden Gate was closed by the Muslims in 810, reopened by the Crusaders in 1102, and then walled up again by Saladin, the first sultan of Egypt and Syria.
It is only one of the four proposed grand gateways due to the death of Alauddin in AD 1316. The Alai Darwaza is the first Islamic architectural style buildings.
Located at the end of the old route from Amsterdam to Haarlem, the Amsterdamse Poort is an old city gate of Haarlem in the Netherlands.
The German phrase Arbeit macht freia, meaning work sets you free, is the title of a novel by German philologist Lorenz Diefenbach
The Arch of Triumph, was a Roman ornamental archway built in the 3rd century in Palmyra, Syria during the reign of the Roman emperor Septimius Severus.
There is a deep well to the left, outside the giant steps of the Buland Darwaza. The gigantic Buland Darwaza at Fatehpur Sikri is accessible by 42 steps.
Construction of the Ishtar Gate was also a part of the beautification plan of King Nebuchadnezzar II. The excavated material was used for reconstructing the ...
Located at the end of Unter den Linden, a grand boulevard that cuts through the center of Berlin, the majestic Brandenburg Gate are the most famous and impo ...
Standing at the center of the Place Charles de Gaulle, at the western end of the Champs-Elysees in Paris, the Arc de Triomphe, is perhaps the most artistic ...