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Obelisk of Arles

Monument in Arles

The great stone needle, so pivot instead of the Republic, actually comes from the Roman circus and date of the end of antiquity.

Discovered in the 14th century, it was not until the 17th century, the obelisk returns to his vocation as a solar symbol.

He was transported and installed, with many difficulties, to the newly built city hall.

With a fountain and a pool, it is a measure of harmony made ​​by the order of the facades so diverse styles, lining the square.

It is also the best vantage point for sweeping view in a large pan, site of the Republic Square.

Other monuments nearby

Church Sainte-AnneArles
Cathedral Saint-TrophimeArles
Protestant Temple of ArlesArles
Antique Theatre of ArlesArles
Thermal Baths of ConstantinArles
Church of the DominicainsArles
Arena of ArlesArles
Church Saint-JulienArles


Thursday 21 february
Min. 3°C - Max. 15°C
Friday 22 february
Min. 4°C - Max. 19°C
Saturday 23 february
Min. 5°C - Max. 18°C

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