The Triumphal Arch of Orange is a monument characteristic of Roman architecture in Provence. This arch is built with of three openings and an abundance of decorative figures sculpted into the limestone. This arch is one of the oldest and biggest of its kind from the Roman period. The Triumphal Arch of Orange is considered as one of the most important Roman Gaul relics. The Triumphal Arch does not represent any particular victory. Rather, it symbolises Roman supremacy over land and seas and dedicated to the glory of its armies and Emperor Tiberius. The Triumphal Arch of Orange is a UNESCO World Heritage site.