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An ancient city on the outskirts of Saint-Rémy-de-Provence. More than a century of archaeological research on the Glanum site has produced evidence of an exceptional architectural ensemble. The local elite made the most of natural resources, the perennial spring and the limestone, to adorn the city with a monumental setting that is unique in Provence. 

Situated in the heart of the Alpilles massif, at the crossroads of major traffic routes, this Gallic city was bathed in Greek and then Roman influences and experienced its full development from the 2nd century BC onwards. 

From the viewpoints, enjoy an exceptional panorama of the site before coming to enjoy the pleasures of its sacred spring.

Archaeological site of Glanum


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