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Lectoure Museum has an important collection of Roman altars used in "Bull Worship" (ceremonies using bull's blood) in the 2nd and 3rd centuries AD. Midi-Pyrénées, France

Lectoure Museum has an important collection of Roman altars used in "Bull Worship" (ceremonies using bull's blood) in the and centuries AD.

The Nîmes Amphitheater also called the Arena of Nîmes (Arènes de Nîmes) was built in the first century AD. The amphitheater is 133m long, 101m wide and 21m high. It is made up of two walls of 60 arches. Languedoc-Roussillon, France

The Nîmes Amphitheater also called the Arena of Nîmes (Arènes de Nîmes) was built in the first century AD. The amphitheater is long, wide and high. It is made up of two walls of 60 arches.

The Biran Roman Tower (Pile gallo-romaine de La Turraque) is one of a few Roman towers in the countryside in southern Gers. We sought out three of these towers near Biran, in the River Baise valley. Midi-Pyrénées, France

The Biran Roman Tower (Pile gallo-romaine de La Turraque) is one of a few Roman towers in the countryside in southern Gers. We sought out three of these towers near Biran, in the River Baise valley.

Slow Europe | Travel Photos of Saint-Roman Abbey

Saint-Roman Abbey (Abbaye de Saint-Roman) is an ancient troglodyte monastery dug out of rock by hermits and monks. Excavations to create the abbey started in the century but many parts were built in the century.

The Barbegal Aqueduct and Mill are the remains of a Roman mill and part of the aqueduct that ran from the Alpilles to Arles. In Roman times 16 water wheels powered the mill. Provence, France

The Barbegal Aqueduct and Mill are the remains of a Roman mill and part of the aqueduct that ran from the Alpilles to Arles. In Roman times 16 water wheels powered the mill.

Church, Lacapelle-Cabanac, Lot, Midi-Pyrénées, France

ღღ Church, Lacapelle-Cabanac, Lot, Midi-Pyrénées, France and Field of Sunflowers.

Séviac Roman Villa (Villa Gallo-Romaine de Séviac) is the remains of a Roman villa from the 4th century. There are mosaic tiled floors throughout the site. Midi-Pyrénées, France

Séviac Roman Villa (Villa Gallo-Romaine de Séviac) is the remains of a Roman villa from the century. There are mosaic tiled floors throughout the site.

Pont Flavien, un pont romain historique en France.

Pont Flavien, un pont romain historique en France.

Le canal du Midi, Aude, Burgundy, France

brings back great memories of a barge trip we did down Le canal du Midi, Aude, France Burgundy in So fantastic!

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