See the National Memorial Arch in Valley Forge National Historical Park
National Memorial Arch
The National Memorial Arch is dedicated "to the officers and private soldiers of the Continental Army December 19, 1777 June 19, 1778". The Arch is situated at the top of a hill at the intersection of Gulph Road and Outer Line Drive in Valley Forge National Historical Park, Chester County, Pennsylvania. The Arch was erected in 1910 by an act of the 61st Congress. It is modeled on the Arch of Titus in Rome. The architect in charge of the arch was Paul Philippe Cret.
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