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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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 Visiting Nimes is a treat for those who have a taste for history. The town has impressive remnants of the Roman culture. The city has the maximum number of ancient buildings in France. Nimes stands on a Roman road called Via Domitia that is as old as 118 B.C. For many, Nimes is a name known for Denim jeans. The city was the first one to give the world the Denim cloth. The word Denim is actually derived from De Nimes. Although, the town’s passion remains to be bull fighting that not only attracts the locals but large number of foreign visitors every year, but there is lot of other things explore and see in the city.  Statistics Area [...]
 
 
 

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