Arles, Bouches-du-Rhone
Arles, a city in the South of France, has a great Roman Arena which is in fine condition and
which is still used for concerts etc. There are several other Roman sites to visit as well as the
Church of St Trophime, formerly a cathedral. The city lies on the River Rhone.
Old Postcard, Arles, Roman Amphitheatre
A view of the Amphitheatre from the early 1900s.
Arles, Alyscamps
The entrance to the Alyscamps, a Roman Necropolis which lies just
outside the walls of the old town.
Arles, Saint-Trophime
Arles, Saint-Trophime
The Cloisters of Saint-Trophime.
Two Arlesienne Ladies in the Cloisters of Saint-Trophime, now just a
church but formerly a
The Chapel of St-Honorat in the Alyscamps.
Arles, Alyscamps
Arles, palais de Constatine
A Roman Bath-house known as the Palace of Constantine.
Arles, Theatre Antique
The antique theatre in Arles which was begun in the century of
Augustus and finished in the III Century.  It could hold 16000
spectators. This postcard was mailed in 1932.
Arles, Les Arenes
The outer walls of the Arena.
The Alyscamps.
Arles, les Arenes, Carte Postale Antique
The Cloisters of Saint-Trophime.
Another view of the Arena.
Arles, Les Arenes
A view from the Arena.
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Arles, the Arena
A bull-fight in the Arena.
Arles, Place du Forum
Place du Forum and the statue of Frederic Mistral.
Arles - Mistral's statue
Some Arlesiennes.
Mistral's Statue.
Arles, Pont de Trinquetaille
Fontaine Amedee Pichot, Arles
Fontaine Amedee Pichot.
Pont de Trinquetaille.
Arles, Porte de la Cavalerie
Porte de la Cavalerie.
Colonnes du Forum, Arles
Les Colonnes du Forum.
Arles, Place de la Republique
Place de la Republique.
Another old postcard showing Mistral's statue.
Arles from Trinquetaille
A view of Arles across the Rhone from Trinquetaille.
Arles, Promenade des Lices
Promenade des Lices.
Arles, Jardin Public
Jardin Public.
Arles, Place du Forum
Another view of the Place du Forum.
Arles, Boulevard des Lices
Another old postcard showing the Boulevard des Lices.
Arles, Rue Vauxhall
Rue Vauxall and the Hotel de Ville.
Arles, Theatre
The Municipal Theatre.
Arles, Place du Forum
The Place du Forum again.
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