Moscow Triumphal Arch
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Moscow Triumphal Arch information
This long avenue, heading due south from Sennaya ploshchad to the airport, is the start of the main road to Moscow. Along it you’ll find the iron Moscow Triumphal Arch , built in 1838 to mark victories over Turks, Persians and Poles, demolished in 1936, then rebuilt from 1959 to 1960.