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Photo Subject : Historical Sites

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Photos marked as were added from 1 March 2017.


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France
Frioul Archipelago
If Island
Castle If
 Memorial to 3500 Huguenots (Protestants) who died in the prison during the religious wars.
France
Frioul Archipelago
If Island
Castle If
 Posters from the movie, The Count of Monte Christo.
France
Frioul Archipelago
If Island
Castle If
 Cell for condemned prisoners.
France
Frioul Archipelago
If Island
Castle If
 View from a cell window.
France
Frioul Archipelago
If Island
 The battlements of If Island.
France
Aix-en-Provence
Atelier Paul Cezanne
 The Atelier Paul Cezanne is the artist's studio set in the outskirts of Aix.
France
Aix-en-Provence
Atelier Paul Cezanne
 The studio with Cezanne's personal effects.
France
Aix-en-Provence
Atelier Paul Cezanne
 One side of the studio has a single large window to let in light.
France
Aix-en-Provence
 The Granet Museum is an old art school where Cezanne studied.
France
Arles
Van Gogh Trail
 Plaques showing paintings by Vincent Van Gogh at the locations where they were painted.
France
Arles
Van Gogh Trail
 The courtyard where Van Gogh painted "Courtyard of a Hospital at Arles" in April 1889.
France
Arles
Van Gogh Trail
 The interior of the amphitheatre is the subject of a Van Gogh painting called "The Amphitheatre" (October 1888).
France
Arles
Van Gogh Trail
 The place in Ete Gardens where Van Gogh painted "Public Park in Arles" in October 1888.
France
Arles
Van Gogh Trail
 Site of the Van Gogh painting "The Yellow House" (September 1888).
France
Arles
Van Gogh Trail
 View from the site of the Van Gogh painting, "Starry Night Over The Rhone", completed in September 1888.
France
Arles
Van Gogh Trail
 Location of the Van Gogh painting "The Trinquetaille Bridge" (October 1888).
France
Arles
Van Gogh Trail
 The scene in Place du Forum from the Van Gogh painting "Cafe Terrace at Night" (September 1888).
France
Arles
 The narrow streets of the old city.
France
Arles
Les Arenes
 Les Arenes is a Roman Amphitheatre dating from late 1st century.
France
Arles
Les Arenes
 Passages around the arena.
France
Arles
Ancient Theatre
 The Roman theatre in Arles dates from the end of the 1st century BC.
France
Arles
Ancient Theatre
 Most of the original stone has been re-used.
France
Arles
Ancient Theatre
 Two high columns with St Trophime behind.
France
Arles
Ancient Theatre
 Part of the theatre entrance from the Ete Gardens.
France
Arles
Reattu Museum
 Picasso's mother, painted in 1923.
France
Arles
Baths of Constanine
 The Baths of Constanine are a 4th century bath house built for the use of Emperor Constantine.
France
Arles
Baths of Constanine
 A large archway.
France
Arles
Baths of Constanine
 View of the brickwork.
France
Luberon
Gordes
 The entrance to the castle.
France
Luberon
Gordes
 Sundial on the castle walls.
France
Luberon
Gordes
 The memorial to the village dead of World War 1 in the main square.
France
Luberon
Les Baux de Provence
 Les Baux de Provence is dominated by its ruined castle.
France
Luberon
Les Baux de Provence
 Figures in the small Santon museum.
France
Luberon
Les Baux de Provence
 Santons can be very detailed and are highly prized.
France
Avignon
Cathedral of Notre Dame de Doms
 The Cathedral of Notre Dame de Doms dates from the 12th century and was completed in 1672.
France
Avignon
Palace of the Popes
 The Palace of the Popes is the world's largest Gothic palace.
France
Avignon
Palace of the Popes
 The palace was built in 1309 by Pope Clement V after he fled from Rome.
France
Avignon
Palace of the Popes
 The palace is more like a fort with its high walls.
France
Avignon
Palace of the Popes
 View of the soaring walls.
France
Avignon
Palace of the Popes
 The arched window where the Pope would bless people in the courtyard below.
France
Avignon
Palace of the Popes
 Wooden windows with locks.
France
Avignon
Palace of the Popes
 The Cloister of Benoit XII is overlooked by a square watchtower.
France
Avignon
Palace of the Popes
 View of the nearby Cathedral of Notre Dame, topped by a 4.5 tonne golden statue of the Virgin Mary.
France
Avignon
Palace of the Popes
 The Grand Tiner was the refractory where monks would eat their meals.
France
Avignon
Palace of the Popes
 The kitchen.
France
Avignon
Palace of the Popes
 The ornate North Sacristy was where the Popes would change into the ceremonial robes.
France
Avignon
Palace of the Popes
 Statue of Philip le Hardi (King of France 1270 to 1285) in the North Sacristy.
France
Avignon
Palace of the Popes
 1478 carving of The Carrying of the Cross in the North Sacristy.
France
Avignon
Palace of the Popes
 Statue of Charles IV (King of France 1314 to 1322) in the North Sacristy.
France
Avignon
Palace of the Popes
 The Grande Chapel is 52m long, 15m wide and 20m high.
France
Avignon
Palace of the Popes
 The vaulted ceiling of the 20m high Grande Chapel.
France
Avignon
Palace of the Popes
 The Grande Chapel was completed in 1348 and is where the Popes worshipped.
France
Avignon
Palace of the Popes
 Portrait of Inocent VI who was Pope between 1352 and 1362.
France
Avignon
Palace of the Popes
 Hunting scene mural in the Pope's study.
France
Avignon
Palace of the Popes
 The Grande Staircase dates from 1346.
France
Avignon
Palace of the Popes
 The Loggia is the landing from where the Popes would bless the crowds below.
France
Avignon
Palace of the Popes
 The celing of the Grande Audience Hall where the Popes would greet visitors.
France
Avignon
Rocher de Doms Garden
 View of St Andrew's Fort in Vielleneuve.
France
Avignon
Pont St Benezet
 Pont St Benezet was built in 1185 but was partially washed away during the 17th century.
France
Avignon
Pont St Benezet
 Entrance to the bridge.
France
Avignon
Pont St Benezet
 Pont St Benezet is the bridge in the French rhyme "Sur le Pont D'Avignon".
France
Avignon
Pont St Benezet
 The bridge contains a chapel.
France
Avignon
Angladon Museum
 "Sancho Panza" by Honore Daumier.
France
Avignon
Angladon Museum
 "Au Pot de Gres" by Paul Cezanne.
France
Avignon
Angladon Museum
 "The Railway Wagons" by Vincent van Gogh.
France
Avignon
Angladon Museum
 The museum features furnished rooms from the 18th century.
France
Avignon
Angladon Museum
 Photograph of the actress Sarah Bernhardt aged 20 by Felix Nadar, a pioneer of photography who died in 1910.
France
Avignon
Angladon Museum
 Stereo viewer.
France
Avignon
Angladon Museum
 17th century room.
France
Lyon
 Statue of Lyon resident Andre Ampere, who discovered the laws of electricity.
France
Lyon
Place Bellecour
 The old city overlooks the square.
France
Lyon
Place des Terreaux
 The square is dominated by the large 21 tonne lead fountain sculptured by Frederic Auguste Bartholdi, who also created the USA's Statue of Liberty.
France
Lyon
Museum of Beaux Arts
 "Spring" from the Poem of Love series of paintings by Louis Janmot.
France
Lyon
Museum of Beaux Arts
 "Ray of Sunshine" by Louis Janmot (from the Poem of Love series).
France
Lyon
Museum of Beaux Arts
 "On the Mountain" by Louis Janmot (Poem of Love series).
France
Lyon
Museum of Beaux Arts
 "The Whole Family" by Louis Janmot is another in the Poem of Love series.
France
Lyon
Museum of Beaux Arts
 "Painter in the Roussillon Valley" (1879) by Francoise Miel.
France
Lyon
Museum of Beaux Arts
 "The Grand Canal of Venice" (late 1730s) by Bernado Bellotto.
France
Lyon
Museum of Beaux Arts
 "Woman of Charity" (1775), Jean-Baptiste Greuze.
France
Lyon
Museum of Beaux Arts
 "Flower of the Fields" (1845) by Louis Janmot.
France
Lyon
Museum of Beaux Arts
 "The Gardener" (1837) by Simon Saint-Jean.
France
Lyon
Museum of Beaux Arts
 "Kitchen Table with Game and Vegetables" (early 17th century) by Frans Snyders.
France
Lyon
Museum of Beaux Arts
 "The Circumcision" (1646) by Guerchin.
France
Lyon
Museum of Beaux Arts
 "The Ricotta Eaters" (c1580) by Vincento Campi.
France
Lyon
Museum of Beaux Arts
 "Vanity" (1946) by Pablo Picasso.
France
Lyon
Museum of Beaux Arts
 "Woman Seated on the Beach" (1937), Pablo Picasso.
France
Lyon
Museum of Beaux Arts
 "The Bridge of Labastide-du-Vert" (c1909), Henri Martin.
France
Lyon
Museum of Beaux Arts
 "Nave Nave Mahama" (1896) by Paul Gauguin.
France
Lyon
Museum of Beaux Arts
 "The Kiss" (c1882) is a bronze by Auguste Rodin.
France
Lyon
Museum of Beaux Arts
 "The Age of Bronze" (c1877) by Auguste Rodin.
France
Lyon
Museum of Beaux Arts
 "Woman Playing the Guitar" (1897) by Pierre-Auguste Renoir.
France
Lyon
Museum of Beaux Arts
 "Coco Drawing" by Pierre-Auguste Renoir.
France
Lyon
Museum of Beaux Arts
 Detail of "The Thames at Charring Cross", a 1903 painting by Claude Monet.
France
Lyon
Museum of Beaux Arts
 "Spring" (1882) by Claude Monet.
France
Lyon
Museum of Beaux Arts
 "Kew Green" (1892) by Camille Pissarro.
France
Lyon
Museum of Beaux Arts
 "Rough Sea at Etretat" (1883) by Claude Monet.
France
Lyon
Museum of Beaux Arts
 "Climbing Chemin" (1870), Alfred Sisley.
France
Lyon
Museum of Beaux Arts
 "Roses" (c1889) by Henri Fantin-Lantour.
France
Lyon
Museum of Beaux Arts
 "Pont-Neuf" (1902) by Camille Pissarro.
France
Lyon
Museum of Beaux Arts
 "Entrance to the Guillotiere Bridge in the Rain", a 1879 painting by Nicolas Sicard.

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