St Honorat Church

This Église St Honorat, built in the 12C by the monks of St Victor de Marseille, guardians of the necropolis, is distinguished by its robust two-storey lantern tower, whose arch is set with bays. All that remains of the building is the choir, several chapels and a sculpted gate.

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Address : 

allée des Sarcophages, 13200 Arles

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