Arles. Provence. França. 🇫🇷 Perder-se e encontrar-se nas ruelas do bairro histórico de Arles dão o tom da visita à cidade, de pouco mais de 50.000 habitantes. Ao centro das antigas construções, a magnífica Arena, anfiteatro romano, datado dos primórdios, em ótimo estado de conservação e que ainda acolhe espetáculos e apresenta... touradas!
A melhor estação em Arles, o verão! Nessa época, a cidade vive intensamente o sol, o calor, as flores, as cores e a alegria das ruas repletas de turistas!
Imperdíveis são o Espace Van Gogh, museu onde funcionava o hospital em que o artista ficou recolhido e produziu lindíssimas obras, inspiradas na região, entre 1888/1889. Falar de Van Gogh e sua relação com Provence mereceria um capítulo à parte. Em breve comentário, diga-se que apesar do pintor não ter encontrado, enfim, a paz que buscava, nos deixou um legado incomparável de arte, inspiração e amor. Retratou a Provence de modo único, sublime e deslumbrante. Pintou os dias de verão embora vivesse, na alma, noites escuras de inverno!
A Église Saint-Tróphime, com fachada românica, datada do século XII. Église Notre-Dame-de-la-Major, onde os vaqueiros (ou cavaleiros dos Camargues) celebram São Jorge e as ruínas do Teatro Romano.
A cidade conta com outros pequenos e interessantes museus, todos bem próximos do anfiteatro romano, a exemplo do Musée Réattu, Museon Arlaten e o Palais Constantine.
Percorrendo as ruas de Arles a gente se surpreende com o contraste entre a rudeza das pedras e a delicadeza das flores.
E o Anfiteatro Romano é a atração principal da cidade.
Para visitar Arles, aproveitamos a base em Avignon, há 40km de distância e com paisagens belíssimas! #arles#arlesprovence#arlesromaine#arlesromanampitheatre#vangogh#provence#france#frança#saiudeviagem
6363618 February, 2019
Most of all, I like to public very small and charming guesthouses, where one can really feel home away from home.
Located on a wooded hillside of Mont Ventoux (Provence), Les Oliviers du Taulisson was recently restored and transformed into a lovely B&B by Belgian couple, Guy and Gina.
Surrounded by fruit trees, olive groves, flowers and herbs, the natural stone house features only 3 rooms with all modern conveniences. Ideally located away from the tourist crowds, the Profencal towns of Avignon, Arles and Cassis are all withing easy reach.
Rates start at 120€
Dialogue d'architectures sous le soleil arlésien ☀
637415 February, 2019
It’s not often that you get this type of view of one of the most well-preserved Roman amphitheaters in the world! But, at Les Arènes d'Arles in the Provence region of France, you can climb up to the very top of several sections and look out at the same lovely ancient town of Arles that captivated Van Gogh when he lived and painted there (see my August 1, 2018 post for such a view). Or, you can look inward—like I did in this photo—and be mesmerized by the marvel of ancient Roman engineering. The Romans built this amphitheater (in 90 AD) so well that it was strong enough to serve as a fortress for the people of Arles to take refuge inside during the many medieval-era invasions of the town. In fact, as many as 200 small houses once stood inside this arena for more than a millennium during the Middle Ages. Today, you can visit this incredibly restored amphitheater to attend one of the concerts or other public performances that take place inside these historic walls. Or . . . you can visit simply because you’re a history nerd . . . LIKE ME! 🤓🏟🛡⚔️
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• The Poet’s Garden (1888) by #VincentvanGogh • “In February 1888, Vincent van Gogh relocated from Paris to #Arles , in the south of France. He had expected a more moderate climate to positively influence his creativity. He took up residence in a small cottage that was called, ‘The Yellow House.’ He considered this residence to be his ‘The Studio in the South.’ He had been musing about starting an artists’ colony that would include... #PaulGauguin ... In fact, the view that van Gogh had of the little park was not particularly appealing, but through the magic of his brush and vision, the plain little park becomes a living ‘Poet's Garden,’ a place of depth and beauty that remains undeniably classic in concept and timeless in execution. Van Gogh referred to the tree... as ‘weeping,’ which contrasts with some of the other more cheerful features such as tower of the church of St. Trophime in [the first version of this painting].” —owlcation.com #admiringart
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