The construction began in 1807, on the design of Luigi Cagnola, at the request of Napoleon. In the idea of the French sovereign, the bow was to represent a triumphant entry into the city of Milan. It was, however, finished and inaugurated in 1838 by Ferdinand I, who wanted to devote it to the peace achieved in Europe with the Vienna Congress of 1815. It is carved in granite and is adorned with various statues and sculptures. At the top of the work of “Sestigia della Pace”.
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