Nîmes notes

a picture diary from a Roman town in the south of France


When I first visited Nîmes in South of France some four years ago, I immediately fell in love with this city built by the Romans. The traces of the 2000 year long history are visible everywhere, combined with the modernity of today. Also, the city is located at the border of Provence and Languedoc, taking the best of each culture. A mixture of many aspects, which fascinates me much.

So, four years later I find myself living in Nîmes and documenting its four seasons in this blog. Post by post I try to gather together what Nîmes is all about. From architecture to street views, and from daily life to events, the puzzle will one day make a whole picture. Welcome along!


2 thoughts on “About

  1. Lucky you. We’ve been to Avignon, Villeneuve-lez-Avignon, and le Pont de Garde, but never to Nîmes. I look forward to learning about it through your blog.

    • Thanks for your comment! Nîmes is definitely worth a visit, so maybe next time you’ll stop by! And otherwise, welcome to my blog 🙂

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