Arles Roman Theatre

Théâtre Antique d'Arles

A stunning example of an ancient Roman theatre still used today for various occasions. Along with other Roman sights in the town it is a part of the UNESCO World Heritage.

Boulevard des Lices, 13200 Arles, France

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