The two well-preserved monuments at the entrance to Glanum, the former Roman city near Saint-Rémy de Provence. In the foreground is the Municipal Arch. In the background, the Mausoleum of the Julii. Between them was the Via Domitia, the road that connected Italy with Spain (and ran through Glanum). The monuments survived the destruction of the rest of Glanum in the 3rd century CE. They’ve been tourist attractions since the Middle Ages, when they collectively acquired the name les Antiques.