Eglise Sainte-Anne

Eglise Sainte-Anne, Arles

Eglise Sainte-Anne
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fiamma11
Vienna, VA3,817 contributions
Jan 2020
Dating back to 1627, I adored the sober style of this former Roman Catholic church, which draws a sharp contrast to Eglise St. Trophine which is directly across Place de la Republique. At the time of the church's conversion to a museum, the Virgin Mary in the niche above the entryway was replaced with a bust of Minerva. Today it serves as a temporary exhibition hall and a lovely spot to photograph and enjoy.
Written September 16, 2020
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Dimitris L
Sydney, Australia39,579 contributions
Aug 2019
Eglise Sainte-Anne is quite an old building dating to as far back as the 12th century, possibly even further back. However for much of its more recent life it has not been a church at all but a museum. We were there for a short time and inspected the building but did not go inside. The facade of the building is quite impressive.
Written July 19, 2020
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Razorfish
Little Rock, AR3,309 contributions
Mar 2019
Eglise Sainte-Anne was formerly a Catholic Church. Now it is an art gallery. It is located in the Place de la Republique near the Church of St. Trophime. It has nice stone carvings around the entrance.
Written January 24, 2020
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VWriter
Los Gatos, CA901 contributions
Oct 2017 • Friends
It's was a Roman Catholic Church dating back to the 1100's but after the late 18th century, Sainte-Anne was disused more and more as a place of worship, until now it is an art gallery. I think that in Arles, the great artist Van Gogh's signature city, becoming a focal point for art exhibits, has been a good decision by the city. A beautiful and venerable building, we spotted it when we walked onto the Place de la Republic (the main square of Arles). We thought how much a work of art it is unto itself and how appropriate a role it has in modern times.
Written November 22, 2017
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bobpublic
41 contributions
Oct 2017 • Couples
We were amazed at the incredible condition of the extensive stone carvings around the entrance. Nowhere near the scale of Paris' Notre Dame, but the detail and degree of preservation was incredible. Be sure to consult a guide book to get the full impact and understanding of the various panels.
Written October 21, 2017
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Michael C
Derby, UK1,909 contributions
Apr 2016 • Couples
This unassuming little church is rather over-shadowed by the Church of St Trophime on the other side of the Place de la Republique. Nevertheless, it is still worth taking a look at it
Written April 11, 2016
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