You guys are good. Try this one. (Sunday afternoon, June 3, if it matters.)
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Arles? Only guessing b/c we took a train from Arles to Avignon for a day trip, so I know it’s close. If the bull fights are running in Arles, try to go, it’s quite a site! (And, yes, they do kill the bull, or at least they used to – not for the squeamish, and not really a Renaissance thing, I guess.) Less bloody is Toro Piscina – guys trying to get the bull to jump into/over a pool of water.
As I mentioned on Facebook, my guess is Saint Paul-de-Mausole monastery.
The Monastery of Saint Paul de Mausole, St Remy de Provence
do you know if and when will the book “The history of the medieval world” be translated to spanish. I read the book about the Ancient world and I love it. I can not wait for read the whole series!
Is the new book about renaissance, that is already finished, the next in the series?
best regards from Mexico
Marcelino–it is being translated by the publisher who did Volume 1, but I don’t know the target date. I’ll try to see if I can find out.
Bingo! St. Paul-de-Mausole monastery it is, the back garden that Van Gogh painted.
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