Castellum Aquae, Nimes
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Nécessite d'avoir un plan pour le trouver, sympa a voir, malheureusement le site sert de dépôt d'ordure, c'est dommage, mais sympa a voir quand on tombe dessus.Needs to have a plan to find, Nice has see, unfortunately the site serves as a repository of junk, that's too bad, but nice to see when you fall on it.show original
Le Catellum Divisirium est un monument construit par les Romains qui a servit à recevoir l'eau potable en prove- nance de la fontaine d'Eure qui a nécessité la construction du célèbre Pont du Gard sit... read more »Catellum Divisirium is a monument built by the Romans who served to receive drinking water in prove - nance of the Eure fountain which necessitated the construction of the famous bridge of the Gard at Remoulins, and which supplied water in the various neighborhoods of the city of Nîmesshow original
今もニームは美しい水で街が潤っていて、とてもきれいです。これはローマ時代から引き継がれた歴史の遺産(ある意味DNA)だと思いました。 遠くの水源からこの街にたどり着いた水がどのような技術で街中に供給されていたかをすぐに理解できる遺構です。 ここはまさしく古代ローマ時代・ニームの人々の生活に直結する場所だったんですね。 歴史的な時代を比較して考えると、古代ローマの国力、統治力、そして大変高度な技術力... read more »Still Neem and profitable city with beautiful water and is very clean. I thought this is the legacy of history inherited from the Roman Empire (, meaning DNA). It is to understand what technology was supplied to the city water from distant sources reach this city remains. Here was a place very directly linked to the lives of ancient Roman times Nimes. Surprise that there was power in ancient Rome, reign, and very advanced technology think to compare the historical period, I was impressed. I would be feeling like coming to this little forgotten place fenced, suddenly became residents of Roman Nîmes?show original
If you realize that this is where all the water that flowed over Pont du Gard entered Roman Nimes, this is interesting. However there isn't much left.
Philippe reboulFree. Visualization of the arrival of water on Nîmes via pont du Gard. Simple, but to see to measure Roman work.show original
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