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-first left above and second left below-
Pont du Gard. This majestic structure is the second tallest
Roman Ruin existing today, three feet shorter than the outer
wall of the Coliseum in Rome. It carried a large volume of
water to
Nimes, south of here.
-Left-

The
Maison Carre in Nimes
which Thomas
Jefferson used as his
inspiration for the
State Capital Building
Richmond, VA







The Arena in Nimes
the most perfectly
preserved Roman amphitheater in
the world.
ROMAN PROVENCE
- left - Arena in Arles