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The Arch at the Grand Army Plaza

The Arch at the Grand Army Plaza is a monument in New York that´s located in Brooklyn and it´s the entrance to Prospect Park, designed by the architects Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux in 1867.


This monuments consists of a huge arch that crosses a street and it´s the city´s memorial arch to America´s most important soliders. It´s the New York version of the Arc de Triomphe, which is one of France´s most important monuments.


At first, the arch was used as the entrance to Prospect Park Plaza (like it used to be called originally before they changed its name) which served as the separation between the big city and the tranquility of the park but, with time, its perfect and interesting construction made the government start to give it more importance and today, it´s one of New York´s most important monuments.


If you want to visit the Arch, you can rent apartments in New york and, also, see and get to know one of the most beautiful and calm parks in the city.