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  • Ancient Nemausus in the modern city area
    If you are at Nimes, and you are interested in looking at roman history, you should visit several places. The amphitheater, from the end of the 1st century a.d., is very well preserved. There are still bull fightings beeing held. The [...]
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  • Pont du Gard, roman waterpip
    If you are at Nimes, the ancient Nemausus, you should make a walk along the roman waterpipe. There is also the famous Pont du Gard, nearly completely preserved 'aquäduct'. Enjoy the nice landscape and history. [...]
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Nimes History

In the early 1200’s the area of Southern France in which Nimes lies was finally brought under the control of the French government.  The town was safe and began to see some of the prosperity that it had lost more than 500 years before.  Over the next hundred years they grew their economy through wine, olives, and wool. Unfortunately, being under the rule of the French government did have its setbacks.  In 1337 the Hundred Years’ War began and this led to heavy taxation in the region.  At the same time, there were several outbreaks of plague. Shortly after the end of the Hundred Years’ War in 1453 the Protestant Reformation began.  [...]

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