Pont du Gard, Roman Legacy

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Still in France, currently travelrin.com will discuss about the Pont du Gard. If you have traveled to the Arena de Nîmes don't forget to pay a visit to the Pont du Gard. Many people do not know that for hundreds of years, France is an important part of the Roman Empire. And that is the fact, that France is the legacy of the Roman Empire. 
The Pont du Gard is one of the tangible evidence as a heritage of the Roman Empire. The Pont du Gard is one of the most memorable legacy. A stunning ancient bridges and waterways also a beautifull landscape that worth it to be visited. The Pont Du Gard is a bridge in the water shelter created in the Roman era and was known as Aquaduckt. Bridge water shelter have length of almost 50 km, was once used to meet water needs in the city of Nîmes from Uzes.
This water shelter bridge height 49 m with 3 levels. The top level if can be visit with a tour in conducted by the musem. The first level can we go through with free walk. Around here for those interested in hiking can follow some of the trail that exists in this place. You can follow the trail that leads to 1 over to see the sights from a distance in the direction of the bridge Pont du Gard. Near a river underneath the Pont du Gard is also a favorite place for tourists to sit back and enjoy the view. For those who want to know a lot about this bridge can visit museums that exist in this place. For clarity could be seen on his website. The bridge is included in the works of Roman era bridge in the world that still exists, which is also one of the interesting place for visit in the South of France
If you are interested in coming to the Pont du Gard, don't forget to visit also the Arena de Nîmes and the Musee du Louvre. Enjoy your tour, Explore the World, and Happy Traveling.

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