The Arc de Triomphe in Paris

Arc de Triomphe pic
Arc de Triomphe

When he served as manager of public health (MPH) at Bristol-Myers Squibb in California and Arizona, Thomas Spetter achieved policy and formulary wins for the company’s virology and CNS brands in the correctional channel. Moreover, Thomas Spetter received the 2012 Best Performer/Pinnacle Award, earning the rank of top MPH. An avid traveler, Tom Spetter has traveled to numerous locations, including Paris, France.

The Arc de Triomphe de l’Etoile in Paris is a triumphal arch of great significance. Built between 1806 and 1836, the Arc de Triomphe is 162 feet high and 150 feet wide. Moreover, it is situated on the western side of the Champs-Elysees, in the middle of the Place Charles de Gaulle.

The arch was built in memory of individuals who fought for France, especially over the course of the Napoleonic Wars. The inner portion of the arch is engraved with the names of all of the generals and the wars in which they fought. A small museum that offers information on the monument’s history, construction, and architectural design is located inside it. Furthermore, visitors can enjoy arresting views of Paris from the roof of the arch.