The Roman Empire left its architectural footprint throughout the south of France, and today you can travel extensively through Provence simply by following its trail. Here are a few places to step back in time and discover Roman ruins in Provence.  ... 

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Anonymous

May 2011

View from the top of Roman Colosseum, Nimes, France (almost 2,000 years old) - May 2011

View from the top of Roman Colosseum, Nimes, France

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

Dale B Australia

November 2009

The famous ancient Roman aqueduct built to transport water to the city of Nimes., Dale B - November 2009

Pont du Gard

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

Nancy B

August 2017

 Roman Theater, with complete back stage, Orange , Nancy B - August 2017

Roman Theater, with complete back stage, Orange

Nancy B

August 2017

 Roman Triumphal Arc, Orange , Nancy B - August 2017

Roman Triumphal Arc, Orange

Lynne A

June 2017

 Pont du Garden Roman aqueduct , Lynne A - June 2017

Pont du Garden Roman aqueduct

Lynne A

June 2017

 Pont du Garden Roman aqueduct , Lynne A - June 2017

Pont du Garden Roman aqueduct

Lynne A

June 2017

 The Roman amphitheater. , Lynne A - June 2017

The Roman amphitheater.

Frank D USA

October 2013

 Looking through the base of the Roman Aquaduct to a town nearby. , Frank D - October 2013

Pont du Gard

Looking through the base of the Roman Aquaduct to a town nearby.

Anonymous

December 2011

Roman temple in the city of Nimes known as the "Maison Carree" or squared house, France - December 2011

Roman temple in the city of Nimes, Provence

Roman temple in the city of Nimes known as the "Maison Carree" or squared house, France

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