Aix/Luberon

 

 

 

Why?How?When?By whom?Where?More info?


Les Platanes and Meyrargues                                                                                                             Table of contents

Route: Aix-en-Provence to the northern part of the Luberon (N96).

The aqueduct we found, at Les Platanes, is built in 1876. Of the part over the road nothing was left.

frankrijk_platanes_aix_2006_03469. (1) (Small).jpg

frankrijk_platanes_aix_2006_03469. (2) (Small).jpg

frankrijk_platanes_aix_2006_03469. (3) (Small).jpg

frankrijk_platanes_aix_2006_03469. (4) (Small).jpg

frankrijk_platanes_aix_2006_03469. (5) (Small).jpg

frankrijk_platanes_aix_2006_03469. (6) (Small).jpg

frankrijk_platanes_aix_2006_03469. (7) (Small).jpg

frankrijk_platanes_aix_2006_03469. (Small).jpg


At Meyrargues a Roman aqueduct would be visible. It was mentioned on the French road maps. After requesting information they told us it could be found at the graveyard. And yes, there we found some parts of an aqueduct, in the field.

frankrijk_meyrargues_romeins_2006_03483. (1) (Small).jpg

frankrijk_meyrargues_romeins_2006_03483. (2) (Small).jpg

frankrijk_meyrargues_romeins_2006_03483. (3) (Small).jpg

frankrijk_meyrargues_romeins_2006_03483. (4) (Small).jpg

frankrijk_meyrargues_romeins_2006_03483. (6) (Small).jpg

frankrijk_meyrargues_romeins_2006_03483. (7) (Small).jpg

frankrijk_meyrargues_romeins_2006_03483. (Small).jpg

 

 

 
www.hobbysite.info