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轻轻的一个蚊The racing field was built in the 1st century AD. It was originally used for competition, but today it has become a theater. The arena is 21 meters high and has 2,400 seats. From the exterior, you can see the 60 arches at the top. It is said that it was used as a military fortress in the 5th century. The performance venue in the arena is 131 meters long from east to west and 100 meters long from north to south. Standing on the top floor of the arena, you can overlook the scenery of the entire town of Nimes. There are only two floors outside the arena, but there are five floors inside. Walking into the Colosseum, the old man walks through the passages on each floor, making a full circle around the arena. The photos do not reflect the real scene of the arena. Only by standing in it can you feel its extraordinary! The European Renaissance revived the ideas, culture and art of ancient Greece and Rome, and the art of architecture is certainly one of them. An Colosseum 2000 years ago, can people feel the contribution of the ancient Roman Empire to human civilization, right?
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轻轻的一个蚊This is a three-story stone arch bridge with a history of more than 2,000 years. In fact, it is a high-altitude diversion aqueduct built during the ancient Roman Empire. The Pont du Gard in southern France is as spectacular as the aqueduct in Segovia, Spain! This water diversion bridge spans the Nar River. The only purpose of the bridge was to lead the water to the small town of Nimes, and then divide it into public baths, fountains and private houses. If you look at this bridge from the perspective of the history of ancient Roman architecture, it should be the most significant contribution made by the ancient Romans to the construction of human civilization and living facilities.
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雨声1668At noon, take the train to Carcassonne, the southernmost town in France. It is close to Spain and has a famous castle. The ancient castle in Carcassonne is said to be the largest and best-preserved castle in Europe. The solid medieval castle has a double wall of inner and outer city. The inner wall is a Romanesque fortress and the outside is a Gothic wall. There are 26 arrow towers in the inner and outer cities. After putting down the luggage, he went out of the city to board the castle with great interest, strolling in the fortress caves and old streets, feeling the history of knights in medieval Europe, until 7 o’clock in the afternoon when I came down from the castle, looking back at its silhouette, it felt a bit mysterious. Back to the riverside of the ancient city, night fell, and the whole view of the castle from a distance was beautiful! Walk back to the hotel under the moonlight. The next day we went to visit the castle again. We went out of the city gate and crossed the small bridge and then walked into this magnificent castle. When we entered the castle, we had to pass through the gate with a suspension bridge. I thought of the knight Don Quixote. Under the bright blue sky, the picture in the lens is even better. By the way, although the castle is a world heritage site, there is no charge. There are a few fortresses with cultural relics that charge a fee for entry, but no entry. There are old streets and hotels in the castle, and there are many tourists.
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玉文麟章Montpellier, the sun is strong, but not scorching; the night is gentle, but not dazzling. The night is also warm, the sky is the soft blue of the Mediterranean; the bright lights are first put on, and the ground is full of the grace of France. Although it was almost midnight, time was flowing unconsciously. Comedy Plaza, quiet and luxurious in the breeze, leisurely and proud, gazing and gathering scattered.
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City Park
老二连The Nimes Fountain Garden is not only a place for citizens to take a walk and enjoy the scenery, but also many ancient Roman ruins, including the Temple of Diana and Manie Tower. This garden built in the 18th century was also one of the most charming public gardens in Europe at the time. Oak trees, Alpine pine forests, and plants with a unique Mediterranean temperament also make this garden full of romance.

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17 Oct, 2021
Partly Clear
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22 Oct, 2021
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17 Oct, 2021 Languedoc-Roussillon Weather: Partly Clear, Northeasterly Wind: 0–10 kph, Humidity: 57%, Sunrise/Sunset: 08:03/19:01
Languedoc-Roussillon Driving: Suitable, Running: Suitable, Cycling: Suitable

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