Photographer's Note

A panoramic stich of two shots taken from inside les Arenes de Nimes looking up Boulevard des Victor Hugo. In the foreground is the delightful restaurant Hôtel Brasserie des Arènes, from where you can sit and gaze at the 2,000 year old Roman arena while dining on “les spécialités Provençales”.
On the left is the college “le lycée Alphonse Daudet” which was built in the 16th century, originally as an old peoples home. It became a hospital in 18th century, then an arts school in the 19th century. Currently it is used as general-purpose college. The college is named after the famous French 19th century novelist Alphonse Daudet who was born in Nimes.

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