The history of Arles goes back to antiquity. And yet, ancient as it may be, the city is a bit short on mythologies. Grand ladies, Arlesians, spare me from your wrath. The city does possess its Alyscamps, a Roman necropolis. The city squares come alive with tales and reenactments during the Arelate festival.
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