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Enserune Archaeological Site, Nissan-lez-Enserune
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The earliest settlement of Enserune Archaeological Site dates back to the pre-Roman 6th century BCE. Since the discovery of ceramic shards here in 1915, excavations have continued to provide scholars with insights into the merging of Celtic-Iberian populations and Mediterranean civilizations. Researchers have discovered that the earliest settlement was comprised of simple houses and several silos for food storage. You will find architecture from a range of cultures and eras, including the stone buildings of the Hellenistic period, terraces and tanks of the Gauls, and other archeological discoveries displayed in the museum. By using our Nissan-lez-Enserune itinerary maker, you can arrange your visit to Enserune Archaeological Site and other attractions in Nissan-lez-Enserune.
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This is a fantastic attraction which shows the sophistication of seetlement in the Languedoc 2500 years ago. The views are wonderful, the explanatory plaques are concise but accurate and well written ... read more »
Ce site permet de comprendre l'évolution de l'homme, au travers des vestiges géologiques. Entre la forme des parcelles donnée par des moines comptablement intéressés, et les garde-manger enterrée ouve... read more »This site allows to understand the evolution of man, through the geological remains. Between the form of the plots given by accounting-wise interested monks, and the buried pantry Open Cup, it's simply intoxicating wisdom. To see, to think.show original
Aprés une première halte a la maison du Malpas ou on vous explique avec beaucoup de gentillesse l’ensemble du site et les moyens d’accès ainsi que remise de documentation appropriée.On accède gratuite... read more »After a first stop at the home of Malpas or explain with great kindness throughout the site and means of access and delivery of appropriate documentation. Free access by a footpath has a wonderful view of the dry pond, you can also discover the only tunnel of the channel of the South. The visit of the archaeological site is very interesting and guided tours are available free of charge.show original
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