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110707-0026 - Triumphal Arch, Osaka

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Osaka Meiji 1900s Unknown
Triumphal Arch (凱旋門, gaisenmon) in Commemoration of the Victory in the Russo-Japanese War (1904-1905), constructed on November 30, 1905 (Meiji 38) on the south-east end of Oebashi. It consisted of a framework of wood covered with plaster. Returning Japanese troops marched from Osaka Harbor and passed under it on their way to Osaka Station in Umeda. On December 26, only one month after its construction, the Triumphal Arch was destroyed by fire. A new arch was completed in March, 1906. Around summer of that year it was pulled down. More info
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