461, rue de la Croix de Las Cazes, Montpellier 34000
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Despite its remarkable similarity to the Roman Pont du Gard, this aqueduct was built in the 17th Century. The construction ... More
Despite its remarkable similarity to the Roman Pont du Gard, this aqueduct was built in the 17th Century. The construction supplied water from the St Clement spring 14 kilometers (eight miles) away to the water tower beneath the Promenade de Peyrou and allowed the embellishment of the city by numerous fountains. The two levels of arches which support the water channel over the last 800 meters (2625 feet) have led to the city district beneath receiving the name of les Arceaux. Beneath its arches can be found an organic market (Tuesday & Saturday mornings), table-tennis tables and regular games of petanque, all of which benefit from the space and shade created by this imposing structure.
The soaring steeple of the church of Saint Anne is one of the most visible landmarks of Montpellier. Situated in
a pedestrianized zone of the city center, the church is no longer used for religious worship and today houses ...
Once the summer residence of the local, impressionist painter Frederic Bazille (1841 1870), this family property is now a city
park. The house and garden are not open to the public, but the 12 hectares (29 acres) of parkland, ...
Constructed in 1740, this building served initially as the chapel of the Monastery of the Pères de Mercedaires. These fathers
were the custodians of a remarkable relic: the skull of Saint Eulalie. It was brought to Montpellier from Barcelona, ...
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