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Ancient Cities Of Southern France
Description: Brief interludes in touring through southern French provinces which are so rich in ancient history and medieval art

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Clip #: TFA-1C
Length: 10:28
Year: 1937
Color: B/W
Sound: Silent
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1930s
Filmmaker: Andre de la Varre
Region: Europe
Country: France
Original: 35mm
Keywords:
country road, castle, Pau, windmill, fortress, Carcassonne, tour guide with hat, crenelated walls, tower, Canal du Midi, black mountains, truck along mountain road, gorge, Pont du Gard, aqueduct, Nimes, roman arena, amphitheatre, Maison Carre, Rhone river, Avignon, Palace of the Pope, ramparts, ruined bridge, Tarascon, Arle, arena, Roman theatre, ruins, archaeological site, Aigues-Morte, statue, plein trees, Marseilles, port, harbor, seaport, Notre Dame church, boats, traffic, street scenes, people walking, outdoor market, flower seller, restaurants, shellfish market, moules, mussels, ice cream vendor, hurdy gurdy, streetcars, boats, Chateau d'If,


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