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  1. Barbegal Roman Aqueduct and Mill

    Barbegal Roman Aqueduct and Mill

  2. Barbegal Roman Aqueduct and Mill

    Barbegal Roman Aqueduct and Mill

    Along the aqueduct.
  3. Barbegal Roman Aqueduct and Mill

    Barbegal Roman Aqueduct and Mill

    Walking on top of the aqueduct.
  4. Barbegal Roman Aqueduct and Mill

    Barbegal Roman Aqueduct and Mill

    Walking on top of the aqueduct.
  5. Barbegal Roman Aqueduct and Mill

    Barbegal Roman Aqueduct and Mill

    Road goes through the aqueduct.
  6. Barbegal Roman Aqueduct and Mill

    Barbegal Roman Aqueduct and Mill

    Road sign to aqueduct.
  7. Pauline

    Provence Arles and the Roman Amphitheater

    The Arles Amphitheater (Les Arènes d'Arles) was built in 90 AD. It is 136 meters (446 ft) long and 109 meters (358 ft) wide and seats up to 30,000 people. Originally three tiers of arches, only two remain, each with 60 arches. It is still in use today for bullfights and other events. The city of...
  8. Arles

    Arles

    A beautiful town to explore.
  9. Arles

    Arles

    Saturday market. This is a large and lively market.
  10. Arles

    Arles

    Historic center of Arles. You can see the Amphitheater at the end of the street.
  11. Arles

    Arles

    Les Alyscamps. The remains of tombs line the pathway.
  12. Arles

    Arles

    Les Alyscamps. Burial ground created by the Greeks and Romans. It was used by Christians from the 4th century.
  13. Arles

    Arles

    Saint Trophime Church. Those men in chains? Straight to hell on Judgement Day.
  14. Arles

    Arles

    Saint Trophime Church. Detailed carvings of a "Last Judgement" scene on the front of this Romanesque cathedral.
  15. Arles

    Arles

    Archaeological Museum. Modern building with a beautiful display of Roman statues, stone carvings, glasswork and mosaics.
  16. Arles

    Arles

    Thermes de Constantin. Remains of Roman Baths. This was once part of a large villa on the bank of the River Rhone.
  17. Arles

    Arles

    Cryptoportiques. From the lobby of Hotel D'Arlatan you can look down into the crypts below.
  18. Arles

    Arles

    Cryptoportiques. Long underground passage and rooms built by the Romans.
  19. Arles

    Arles

    Place de la Republique. The Hotel de Ville (Civic Offices) where you can enter the Cryptoportiques.
  20. Arles

    Arles

    Place du Forum. Cafes and restaurants.
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