The Pont du Gard is a 50 kilometer (31 miles) aqueduct that stretches between Uzès and Nîmes. It is located in Vers-Pont-du-Gard commune in the South of France, and UNESCO made the aqueduct a World Heritage Site in 1985. The famous ... 

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October 2011

Pont du Gard

Pont Du Gard Bridge

May 2011

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Pont Du Gard Bridge

View from the top of Roman Colosseum, Nimes, France

May 2011

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View from the top of Roman Colosseum, Nimes, France (almost 2,000 years old)

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September 2010

Helen L
Australia

The hilltop village of Gordes

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September 2010

Helen L
Australia

Rousillion

Pont du Gard

November 2009

Dale B
Australia

The famous ancient Roman aqueduct built to transport water to the city of Nimes.

Standing on the bridge at the Pont du Gard

January 2015

Surreal experience walking the bridge at Pont du Gard.

Gordes...the beautiful hill-side town in Provence

October 2014

Our first site in this tour..it was such a lovely little town,,but too little time for it..wish could come back and explore it more

Pont St-Benezet

May 2014

The bridge ruin in Avignon.

Chateauneuf-du-Pape

May 2014

Visiting the winery.

Pont du Gard

May 2014

A lovely walk toward the Pont du Gard.

Les Baux de Provence

May 2014

Lavender on display.

Les Baux de Provence

May 2014

Exploring all the little passages.

River Sentinel

May 2014

Roxanne V
Singapore

Just standing from afar, the ancient structure incites an imposing aura that makes one humble and wary of stepping on the ancient stones itself for fear of giving disrespect to the marvelous workers and engineers for producing such wonder.

Climbing up towards the castle ruins at Les Baux de Provence

May 2014

Roxanne V
Singapore

I envy the students who have boundless energy walking up and down the gravel path like it was nothing. But seeing the fantastic sky and the magical setting, we were persuaded to go to the top just so.

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