Outside of the town of St. Remy are the ruins of Glanum and the remarkable Roman ruins known as les Antiques. Beside the road you see this well-preserved mausoleum and arch. It is estimated that they were erected around AD30.
On the opposite side of the road is the true entrance. Excavations have taken place since 1921, and many different layers of habitation have been recovered.
I have a real love of walking through these ruins. It is like my imagination gets carried away and I wish I could have been there at the time all this land was inhabited.
Several times I ran my fingers along the edges of this carved stone. I can only imagine....
And who might have sat here? I am so glad we found this area. Enjoy the pictures.