Site des vestiges de la ville gallo-romaine d'Alésia

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In Alise-Sainte-Reine, the vestiges of the gallo-roman town of Alesia retrace the history of this prosperous city. On the oppidum, the town has remained populated and has developped, notably thanks to bronze craft. You will be able to observe the vesties of foundations and the buried structures of monuments and dwellings built over the centuries.

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Last update : 30/01/2018

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