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Photo Album Name: Alumni Travel - Flavours of Burgundy & Provence Alumni Trip 2009

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Viviers - Photo by Milan Vrckovnik  
Versailes - Photo by Milan Vrckovnik  
Versailes - Photo by Milan Vrckovnik  
Up Rhone River - Photo by Milan Vrckovnik  
Paris - Photo by Milan Vrckovnik  
Paris - Photo by Milan Vrckovnik  
Nice - Photo by Milan Vrckovnik  
Lyon - Photo by Milan Vrckovnik  
Beaune - Photo by Milan Vrckovnik  
Arles - Photo by Milan Vrckovnik  
In mid-June alumni from various universities from across North America joined UofT Alumni on a 10 tour of France.

The tour included a 7 day river cruise North along the Rhone and Saone Rivers and eventually to Paris.   
Arles, France - Under the Emperor Constantine (274-337), Arles emerged as the most important Roman city in Gaul.  
Visitors - Your journey awaits!  
  
The smaller sister version of the Statue of Liberty, located in Paris.   
Ceiling photo in the Louvre  
  
Historical walking tour of Nice.  
  
Nice, France - A taste of the Riviera  
Arles, France - This amazingly well-preserved amphitheater was constructed in 46 BC and could seat 26,000 spectators.  
Still used as a venue for bullfighting as well as concerts and operas.   
  
Pont du Gard is a three-level stone aqueduct crossing the Gardon river valley, about 25 km west of Avignon. Built over 2000 years ago, in 19 BC, by Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa, the son-in-law of Augustus.   
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