Trip to France Day #13 - Arles - 10, Dec - 11.jpg

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    In Ancient Roman architecture a cryptoporticus is a covered corridor or passageway. The usual English is "cryptoportico". The cryptoportico is a semi-subterranean gallery whose vaulting supports portico structures aboveground and which is lit from openings at the tops of its arches. The cryptoporticus of Arles, dating from the 1st century BC was built as foundation for the forum, which has since been replaced by the Chapel of the Jesuit College and the City Hall. Source: Wikipidiea. Blogged.

    1. Bennett V 101 months ago | reply

      So you got some urbex in during your trip, good ;)

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