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  • Arles amphitheatre - France



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    Arles amphitheatre - France

    Arles amphitheatre - France Arles amphitheatre - France

    The Romans built the arena in Arles 'Les Arènes' originally for bloody gladiatorial games. Like all cities in the Roman period, the city of Arles is built so that the reminds to a miniature version of the Rome. The narrow streets are scattered with remnants and ruins of the former empire.
    Even today amphitheater ia a place for battles between man and animal. During the bullfighting season, they are all occupied seats. Obviously, the impact of games and tradition is so strong that the games are popular in the arena also today. The region of Provence with famous historic towns is a beautiful target for yourtrave. Arles provide beautiful sights worth taking photos of. Les Arènes is a painting by Vincent van Gogh executed in Arles, in November or December 1888, during the period of time when Paul Gauguin was living with him in The Yellow House.A matter of weeks after painting this canvas, at Christmas 1888, Van Gogh cut off part of his own ear. One of the many theories about this notorious incident is that the bullfights (or "bull games" as they are called in Arles) made a deep impression on Van Gogh