This is a gate with a three-way arch symbolizing triumph. This structure has the statue of Bavaria and a lion-quadriga and is situated at the north end of Ludwigstrasse. This gate was also the brainchild of King Ludwig I and is also dedicated to the bravery of the Bavarian Army. This gate has faced the grudge of the World War II and has been repaired only partially since then. The most interesting part of this structure is an engraving at the back of the gate which means, “Dedicated to victory, destroyed in a war, a reminder of peace”.