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Photos marked as were added from 18 March 2019.


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Province
State
Place
Location
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France
Aix-en-Provence
 Aix is a university town founded by the Romans in 123 BC.
France
Aix-en-Provence
 The Rotonde Fountain is the centre of the city.
France
Aix-en-Provence
 Statue of Aix-born painter, Paul Cezanne.
France
Aix-en-Provence
 The Mazarin district is the old city.
France
Aix-en-Provence
 Mansions in the old city.
France
Aix-en-Provence
 Narrow street.
France
Aix-en-Provence
 Quiet square.
France
Aix-en-Provence
 Flower shop.
France
Aix-en-Provence
 Street with cafes and restaurants.
France
Aix-en-Provence
 Street scene in the city centre.
France
Aix-en-Provence
 Tree-lined Cours Mirabeau.
France
Aix-en-Provence
 Small church on Cours Mirabeau.
France
Aix-en-Provence
 The Hot Water Fountain dates from 1734 and its water has a temperature of 34 degrees.
France
Arles
 Arles is an ancient Roman settlement now famous because Vincent Van Gogh lived and painted in the city.
France
Arles
 Corner house.
France
Arles
 Quiet square.
France
Arles
Espace Van Gogh
 The colourful garden in Espace Van Gogh, the grounds of the hospital where painter Vincent Van Gogh had his ear stitched.
France
Arles
Espace Van Gogh
 Detail of the garden.
France
Arles
 Narrow street.
France
Arles
 The old city is full of traditional Provence buildings.
France
Arles
Les Arenes
 The wide staircase is the entrance to the amphitheatre.
France
Arles
Les Arenes
 View of the Old City from the upper areas of the arena.
France
Arles
 Corner cafe.
France
Arles
 Street next to Roman ruins.
France
Arles
Ancient Theatre
 View of the Amphitheatre and the College of St Charles from the upper seats of the theatre.
France
Arles
 The Ete Gardens is a pretty park.
France
Arles
 The banks of the Rhone which flows through Arles.
France
Arles
 Part of the walls of the city.
France
Arles
 Houses with flowers.
France
Arles
 Houses with greenery.
France
Arles
Reattu Museum
 The Reattu Museum is set in a 15th century former priory.
France
Arles
 Open shutters.
France
Arles
 The Church of the Freres Precheurs.
France
Arles
 Pastel coloured houses.
France
Arles
 Street lights.
France
Arles
Place du Forum
 A cafe filled square that was the site of the Roman Forum.
France
Arles
Place du Forum
 Roman ruins on one side of the square.
France
Arles
Place du Forum
 Pastel coloured restaurant.
France
Arles
Place du Forum
 Corner cafe.
France
Arles
 Paintings on a wall.
France
Arles
 Small shop.
France
Arles
 Quiet street in the old city.
France
Luberon
 Typical stone house in Provence.
France
Luberon
Roussillon
 Roussillon is an ochre coloured village perched on a hill.
France
Luberon
Roussillon
 The ochre earth around Roussillon was used by the Romans for producing pottery glazes.
France
Luberon
Roussillon
 The entire village is made from ochre stone which varies in colour from pale yellow to intensely dark red.
France
Luberon
Roussillon
 View of the main church.
France
Luberon
Roussillon
 Detail of the village.
France
Luberon
Roussillon
 Painted doorway.
France
Luberon
Roussillon
 The edge of the village.
France
Luberon
Roussillon
 The centre of the village.
France
Luberon
Roussillon
 The clock tower.
France
Luberon
Roussillon
 Detail of the clock tower with its bell and a sundial.
France
Luberon
Roussillon
 Narrow street.
France
Luberon
Roussillon
 Green covered wall.
France
Luberon
Roussillon
 The village is very picturesque.
France
Luberon
Roussillon
 Upper balcony.
France
Luberon
Roussillon
 Exhibition by a local artist.
France
Luberon
Roussillon
 Hilly street.
France
Luberon
Roussillon
 Covered staircase.
France
Luberon
Roussillon
 Curved street.
France
Luberon
Roussillon
 Street scene.
France
Luberon
Roussillon
 Pastel coloured buildings.
France
Luberon
 One of the many hilltop villages in Provence.
France
Luberon
Gordes
 The limestone perched village of Gordes.
France
Luberon
Gordes
 Limestone houses.
France
Luberon
Gordes
 The village is set in a rocky amphitheatre.
France
Luberon
Gordes
 The village has a spectacular location.
France
Luberon
Gordes
 The upper village.
France
Luberon
Gordes
 The castle dominates the village.
France
Luberon
Gordes
 Typical stone wall.
France
Luberon
Gordes
 Bories are dry stone huts used as shelters by shepherds.
France
Luberon
Gordes
 The stone houses of Gordes.
France
Luberon
Gordes
 The houses are crowded together.
France
Luberon
Gordes
 The village is very picturesque.
France
Luberon
Gordes
 Limestone buildings in the village centre.
France
Luberon
Gordes
 Narrow streets and steps.
France
Luberon
Gordes
 Stone wall and shutters.
France
Luberon
Gordes
 Curved street.
France
Luberon
Gordes
 Cobbled street.
France
Luberon
Gordes
 Houses crowded together.
France
Luberon
Gordes
 Series of shops.
France
Luberon
Les Baux de Provence
 Les Baux de Provence is a perched village set among the limestone rocks of the Alpilles.
France
Luberon
Les Baux de Provence
 The village is made of limestone.
France
Luberon
Les Baux de Provence
 Small shop.
France
Luberon
Les Baux de Provence
 Santons are figurines used for celebrations in Provence.
France
Luberon
Les Baux de Provence
 Santons of the Three Kings used in Christian Nativity scenes.
France
Luberon
Les Baux de Provence
 View of the fertile valley from the village.
France
Luberon
Les Baux de Provence
 The houses blend with the surrounding rocks.
France
Luberon
Les Baux de Provence
 Narrow hilly cobbled street.
France
Luberon
Les Baux de Provence
 Hilltop in the village centre.
France
Luberon
Les Baux de Provence
 Detail of the stonework.
France
Luberon
Les Baux de Provence
 Restaurant.
France
Luberon
Les Baux de Provence
 Curved building.
France
Luberon
Les Baux de Provence
 The flag of Les Baux de Provence.
France
Luberon
Les Baux de Provence
 Mansion owned by the Grimaldi family of Monaco.
France
Luberon
Les Baux de Provence
 Artist's studio.
France
Luberon
Les Baux de Provence
 Building shaped like a tower.
France
Luberon
Les Baux de Provence
 Limestone houses on the valley floor.
France
Avignon
 The walled city of Avignon was the seat of the Popes between 1309 and 1377.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2019 KryssTal

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