La Rotunde Aix-en-Provence #AixenProvence #Provence #CityofWater
Carolyne Kauser-AbbottLifestyle: Art & CultureProvencal History & Traditions

Aix en Provence the City of Water Fountains

Aix en Provence is often referred to as the city of water. The Romans settled here in part due to ready access to natural springs. As the town began to take shape during the Middle Ages, there were hundreds of fountains created for domestic use. Today there are only about …

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Roman Aix-en-Provence
AixcentricProvencal History & Traditions

Spotlight on Roman Aix

By aixcentric Virtually every time there are ‘travaux‘ in Aix, the archaeologists who precede the bulldozers unearth Roman pottery, statues, funeral urns, drainage systems and stretches of road. Over the years there have been small displays, but the next exhibition at the Granet Explore this Post Via:: Aixcentric       

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Feria du Riz in Arles #Arles #Provence @BFblogger2013
Barefoot BloggerLifestyle: Art & CultureProvencal History & Traditions

Arles’ Feria du Riz: Bullfights and Fanfare

By Deborah Bine I’m deliberately attending as many types of events that feature bulls as the main attraction as possible. It’s becoming an obsession. Explore this Post Via:: Barefoot Blogger     

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