Alpilles

    Arc de Triomphe de Saint-Rémy

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    Address

    Town

    Saint-Rémy-de-Provence

    Postal code

    13210

    Website

    https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arc_de_triomphe_de_Glanum

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    Description

    Dating from about 20 AD, the arch lost its pediment very early on and the current slate roof was added in the 18th century. The arch is decorated with beautiful reliefs depicting the conquest of Gaul by Caesar. Fruit and leaves, representing abundance, promote the benefits of the Pax Romana. The earliest excavations began in 1921, led by Peter Brown and Henry Holland, and after a colossal archeological dig, the town of Glanum was eventually unearthed. Modern-day visitors will see it standing on the other side of the road Dating from about 20 AD, the arch lost its pediment very early on and the current slate roof was added in the 18th century. The arch is decorated with beautiful reliefs depicting the conquest of Gaul by Caesar. Fruit and leaves, representing abundance, promote the benefits of the Pax Romana. The earliest excavations began in 1921, led by Peter Brown and Henry Holland, and after a colossal archeological dig, the town of Glanum was eventually unearthed. Modern-day visitors will see it standing on the other side of the road Dating from about 20 AD, the arch lost its pediment very early on and the current slate roof was added in the 18th century. The arch is decorated with beautiful reliefs depicting the conquest of Gaul by Caesar. Fruit and leaves, representing abundance, promote the benefits of the Pax Romana. The earliest excavations began in 1921, led by Peter Brown and Henry Holland, and after a colossal archeological dig, the town of Glanum was eventually unearthed. Modern-day visitors will see it standing on the other side of the road Dating from about 20 AD, the arch lost its pediment very early on and the current slate roof was added in the 18th century. The arch is decorated with beautiful reliefs depicting the conquest of Gaul by Caesar. Fruit and leaves, representing abundance, promote the benefits of the Pax Romana. The earliest excavations began in 1921, led by Peter Brown and Henry Holland, and after a colossal archeological dig, the town of Glanum was eventually unearthed. Modern-day visitors will see it standing on the other side of the road Dating from about 20 AD, the arch lost its pediment very early on and the current slate roof was added in the 18th century. The arch is decorated with beautiful reliefs depicting the conquest of Gaul by Caesar. Fruit and leaves, representing abundance, promote the benefits of the Pax Romana. The earliest excavations began in 1921, led by Peter Brown and Henry Holland, and after a colossal archeological dig, the town of Glanum was eventually unearthed. Modern-day visitors will see it standing on the other side of the road


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