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Ordered by Napoleon Ist in 1806 to honor the imperial armies, the Arc de Triomphe was completed under the reign of Louis-Philippe in 1836. Its designer, the architect Chalgrin, drew his inspiration from the arches of antiquity.
Although it still celebrates the triumph of the French armies from the Revolution to the present day, its significance has evolved since the 19th century. Today, it plays a key role in civic and civil life. In 1920, the burial of the Unknown Soldier made the Arc de Triomphe a place of remembrance, under which the Republic gathers on November 11th, May 8th and the Fête Nationale.
Covering the history of the 19th and 20th centuries, architecture, urban planning and civic education, the study of the monument meets the requirements of interdisciplinarity.
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