The Arena of Nîmes
Located in the south-east of France, the city of Nîmes is home one of the ...world’s best-preserved Roman amphitheatres.
Quai Branly Museum
You have a few hours to spare and you want to get away from it all? Welcome to ...the museum of “first arts”, quai Branly, for an immersion in the heart of “non” Western civilisations: Maoris, Mayas, Dogon, etc.
The treasures of the Rhône exhibited at ...the Louvre
Journey to the heart of the ancient history of the city of Arles at the Louvre ...Museum of Paris. Between now and 25 June 2012, it is hosting an exhibition presenting spectacular Roman objects brought up from the bed of the Rhône River!
The Gauls revisited
For its major exhibition of the Autumn season, the Cité des Sciences shines the ...spotlight on archaeology, with “The Gauls: a startling exhibition”, organised in partnership with the Ministry of Culture and Communication.
Vercingetorix (-72 - -46)
A legendary hero who forged the Gallic nation, Vercingétorix managed to unite ...the people of Gaul, who had until then been divided, and to prevail against Caeser at Gergovia, before being defeated at Alesia.
Chauvet Cave replicated
Following the symbolic laying of the first stone on 12 October 2012, the replica ...of the Chauvet Pont-d'Arc cave will open its doors to the public at the end of 2014.
The history of Paris
Paris has proffered many different profiles in the centuries between the ...Gallo-Roman town and the 21st century city. In spite of the wear of time and history, the political, economic and artistic capital has preserved a unique architectural heritage that makes it a leading destination, the entry point to France for many visitors.
Located in the south-east of France, the city of Nîmes is home one of the ...world's best-preserved Roman amphitheatres.