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Tours et Remparts d'Aigues-Mortes, Aigues-Mortes
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Well-preserved medieval city walls, including Tours et Remparts d'Aigues-Mortes, surround this small French town. The Tower of Constance is one of the most famous examples of 13th-century Western European military architecture in the marshlands. It was designed to provide warning signals in case of invading fleets and to offer a spiritual headquarters for clergy. Look for the ground-floor guardroom with protective portcullis, a cellar with a pantry and ammunition storage, and dungeons. The structure also includes the Knight's Hall. Take in the views of the region from the terrace. The ramparts stretch for a distance of 1,650 m (138 ft). Plan to visit Tours et Remparts d'Aigues-Mortes during your Aigues-Mortes vacation using our convenient Aigues-Mortes vacation planner.
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  • Very nicely renovated, a walk on walls around the old town. Small historical info has each towers. On the other hand avoid the days of heat waves and THE PARKING at the AMAZING rate. Mr Mayor see... The sheep tourist c is over. 7 euros for 2:30! Well let's even Paris is cheaper!
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  • the walls and towers of the fortified city are very interesting, not only architecturally but also because you can enjoy a beautiful view on the city and the surrounding plain
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  • You will dive into the story and have unique views on the Camargue, you feel the emotion when you visit the rooms of the Tower of Constance and will receive the sufferings of the prisoners who have stayed there. The medieval town has changed little, but many shops are proliferating as in all tourist towns.
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