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Part of the UNESCO World Heritage listed structures in Arles. The interior is not that enchanting. But the portal is absolutely fabulous taking into consideration that the sculptures date from the 12th (!) century.
This church is in the Place de republic and is well worth a visit. It is not highly decorated but has a presence when you go inside. One of the few churches not desecrated during the French Revolution.
Facing the Place de la Republique, the façade of the Eglise St-Trophime is stunning, depicting in 12th century stone carving the Last Judgement.
Inside, the cathedral is surprisingly restrained. In the nave are some excellent Aubusson tapestries.
Visited this church on the €15 'all inclusive' Arles pass. Wonderful old church with plenty of decoration. The entry doors are beautiful. Take some time to sit and reflect on the history. I appreciated that most people were respectful and quiet on the day I...More