Église St-Trophime

sights / Religious

Église St-Trophime information

Arles , France
place de la République
church free, cloister adult/child €5.50/free
Opening hours
9am-7pm May-Sep, shorter hours rest of year
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Arles was an archbishopric from the 4th century until 1790, and this Romanesque-style church was once a cathedral. Built in the late 11th and 12th centuries, it’s named after St Trophime, an Arles bishop from the 2nd or 3rd century AD. On the western portal, the intricately sculpted tympanum depicts St Trophime holding a spiral staff. Inside, the treasury contains bone fragments of Arles’ bishops. Occasional exhibitions are hosted in neighbouring cloister, Cloître St-Trophime .