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  • Eglise Saint Louis

    Eglise Saint Louis - Heritage

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    The former Saint Louis Chapel, called a Church, was located near the Rhône; it was demolished in 1874 during the extension of the river banks. A building belonging to the Saint-Louis-du-Rhône company was used as a church before the construction of the current building. The church was built without a bell tower in 1907. The bell tower was built by the architect Daniel Collonge in 1996. The painted décors on the bell tower, dated 1997, were created by Jacqueline Chaudet. Type: general inventory of cultural heritage Era: 1st quarter of the 20th century

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  • Abbaye Saint Michel de Frigolet - Heritage

    Religious buildings - Abbey
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    Saint Michel de Frigolet Abbey (12th-14th century), in the heart of the unspoilt landscape of La Montagnette, takes its name from the many thyme bushes ('ferigoulo' in Provençal) that dot the hills. In 1133, a community of St Augustine canons settled in Frigolet; the current heart of the monastery dates from this period - the cloister (early 12th century), Saint Michel Church (12th century) and the small Notre Dame du Bon Remède Chapel (11th century).

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  • Le patrimoine de la commune de Fontvieille - Heritage

    Religious buildings - Miscellaneous monuments
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    This presentation of the heritage of the commune of Fontvieille was produced by the 'INVENTORY OF THE HERITAGE OF THE COMMUNES OF FRANCE' Association, based in Vauvebargues (13), as part of the Region d'Arles' candidature for the 'Region of Art and History' label. DESCRIPTION AND PROFILE

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  • Eglise Saint Vérédème - Heritage

    Religious buildings - Church
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    Saint Vérédème Church was built in the Romanesque style, fortified in the 14th century and then extended in the 19th century. Its old square tower is now a bell tower. The church comprises a broken barrel nave and a semi-circular apse. Saint Vérédème Church and its bell tower are listed as regional Historic Monuments.

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  • Temple Protestant

    Temple Protestant - Heritage

    Religious buildings - Temple
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    The temple was constructed in 1958 and inaugurated in 1959. It was deliberately built in the form of a herdsman's cabin and has a small bell tower. Inside is an old, 18th century Bible on a small table.

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  • Cénotaphe - Heritage

    Religious buildings - Mausoleum
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    This monument was erected in 1912 in memory of Jeanne, Jules and Joseph Jaubert, the wife and brothers of the sponsor, who were killed by an accident at Saint-Jacques level crossing in Fontvieille (inscription on the base).

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  • Église romane de Graveson

    Eglise Notre Dame de Septembre - Heritage

    Religious buildings - Church
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    The majority of Notre Dame de Septembre Church was rebuilt in 1848, based on an 11th century church (1198). It has a rather distinctive history, as only its chancel, a regional Historic Monument, is of Romanesque origin. . Don't forget to look upwards and admire the Romanesque cupola. And take the time to look at the 17th and 18th century paintings.

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  • Church of the assumption - Heritage

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    The Assomption Church dates back to 1325. The forecourt of the parish church is accessed via the 19th century monumental horseshoe staircase. On the forecourt near the Town Hall, at the bottom of the church, a decorated cast iron cross sits on top of a stone altar where the priest of the commune would officiate under certain circumstances. This cross replaced an old wooden cross which supported a very large Christ. The first church was within the village of La Savoie, at the foot of the château ruins.

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  • Eglise Saint Vincent - Heritage

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    Albaron Church existed in the Middle Ages and depended on the château of the same name. It was originally dedicated to Saint Vincent and became a parish church in 1230. It was ruined by the Religious Wars and rebuilt in 1638. It was paid for by the faithful, thanks to the resolve of Archbishop Aubert de Barrault and donations from Don Antoine de Rampelle. It was destroyed during the Revolution. The current church was built in 1884.

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  • Eglise Saint Denis - Heritage

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    Behind its 19th century façade, Saint Denis parish church conceals a great Romanesque nave and a beautiful Gothic chancel. In the side-naves, woodwork and paintings by Mignard adorn the different altars of the rural brotherhoods. The eyes are drawn to the bell tower, which was originally a 'watch tower'. Until the Revolution, the church, the only important 'public space', was a place where the public could come together. Its architecture follows the town's demographic growth. This place

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Ornithological park of Pont de Gau in Camargue

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Les Saintes Maries de la Mer
Musée de la Camargue

Museum of the Camargue

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Jardin de l'alchimiste

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Fondation Vincent Van Gogh Arles

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Château des Baux-de-Provence

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