Built on the grounds of an old Roman gate, the Arco della Pace (or Peace Arch) stands as a divider between the historic city center of Milan and the rest of the city. Its elegant Neoclassical style not only makes for one great looking backdrop, but its walls also tell tales of Italy's past victories like the Battle of Leipzig, and there are also Roman gods and goddesses that adorn the structure. So if you're looking to gawk at some Neoclassical goodness, you'll want to swing by and take a gander...or two.
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