It once was part of a Roman-built aqueduct that transported water from its source in Uzès to the Roman city of Nîmes.
Each boulder weighed up to six tons and was individually hoisted then fixed without mortar.
The 50m high arched bridge is the tallest Roman aqueduct-bridge in France and is a true feast of Roman engineering!
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