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    The Pont du Gard, a masterpiece of engineering From its 40 centuries of history, the Pont du Gard has held pride of place as the highest aqueduct in the Roman times and is one of the wonders of the ancient world: a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Pont du Gard is the single most prestigious aqueduct in...
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