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Roman remains at St-Remy-de-Provence in France Featured Bouches du Rhone Print

Roman remains at St-Remy-de-Provence in France

Roman remains in the ancient city of Glanum at St-Remy-de-Provence in France. This is in the Bouches-du-Rhone department which is part of the Provence-Alpes-cote d`Azur region in France

© Copyright: David Williams

Archaeology, Bouches Du Rhone, Column, Europe, France, Glanum, Pillar, Provence Alpes Cote D Azur, Roman, Ruin, St Remy De Provence, World

Arched walkway, Roman Amphitheatre, Les Arenes, Arles, France Featured Bouches du Rhone Print

Arched walkway, Roman Amphitheatre, Les Arenes, Arles, France

A view on and arched walkway inside the old Roman Amphitheatre located in the historic city centre of Arles, Provence Alpes Cote d'Azur, France. Built in the times of the Roman Empire around 90 AD. Part of the Unesco World Heritage Site. Les Arenes

© Sebastiaan Kroes

2010, 518215194, Amphitheater, Ancient Rome, Arch, Architecture, Arles, Blue, Bouches Du Rhone, Building Exterior, City, City Street, Color Image, Europe, Footpath, France, French Riviera, History, Indoors, Les Arenes, Les Arenes Arles, Monument, Multi Colored, Nature, Old Town, Photography, Provence Alpes Cote Dazur, Romanesque, Sky, Stadium, Summer, Sunlight, Tourism, Travel, Travel Destinations, Unesco, Unesco World Heritage Site, Vertical

L'aqueduc de Roquefavour Featured Bouches du Rhone Print

L'aqueduc de Roquefavour

The aqueduct is a Roquefavour bridge - aqueduct in stone arch with a length of 393 meters and a height of 82.65 meters. Located in the town of Ventabren in the Bouches-du-RhA?ne, it is used to transport the water from the Durance to Marseille and is part of a channel called Canal de Marseille . It crosses the valley of the Arc, spanning both the river, the road to Aix-en-Provence at Berre and railway Aix-Rognac .Its construction started in 1841 and completed in 1847, was directed by the engineer of roads and bridges Franz Mayor de Montricher and William Fraisse . The architecture largely inspired by the ancient Pont du Gard, it is almost two times higher than the latter.It is still used today. Line with the TGV MA©diterranA©e passes less than a mile to the east, and also crosses the valley by a viaduct important