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The Via Domitia, France's southern highway in Roman times

The Via Domitia is a 600-kilometre-long route running through the south of France, linking the Pyrenees to the Alps. This masterpiece of engineering was built by the Romans some 2,000 years ago. FRANCE 24 retraces the route, taking in the Roman amphitheatre in the southern city of Nimes and much more.

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