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Protestant Temple of Arles

Monument in Arles

The circle of the Rotunda, has a double singularity in Arles architectural heritage: its vast circular room, from which it takes its name, and the time of its construction. It is in fact the only notable building in the city dating back to the Revolution. At the end of the 18th century, the worldly and sophisticated society is distracted in clubs, such as that of Waux Hall, built in 1769 and disappeared.

Around 1780, a few members from the middle of shareholders regroups in society to build a new circle. Their building, a neo- classicism of high quality, was built in 1790. The place of performance and gaming experience a fleeting existence, due to local turbulence of the revolutionary era.

After several restorations, it will ultimately be sold and later acquired by the Reformed Church of France.

Address9 Rue de la Rotonde, Arles
Telephone+33 4 90 96 38 57

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Sunday 17 february
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