Visite Commentée du Site Archéologique de Glanum
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Glanum, splendide site archéologique gréco-romain niché au coeur d' un vallon, abrite d' importants vestiges religieux et civils. A l' extérieur, le Mausolée et l' Arc de Triomphe, appelés les Antiques marquaient autrefois l' entrée de Glanum, ils furent longtemps les seuls monuments visibles. Vous vivrez un moment unique d' histoire et de détente, une immersion dans l' antiquité.
Avenue Vincent Van Gogh 13210 Saint Rémy de Provence
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OrganiserOffice de Tourisme de Saint Rémy de Provence
Place Jean Jaurès
13210 Saint Rémy de Provence
1 to 2hrs
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