Nîmes

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Nîmes

 (nēm)
A city of southern France northeast of Montpellier. Thought to have been founded by Greek colonists, it was one of the leading cities of Roman Gaul and has many important ruins dating from the first and second centuries ad.

Nîmes

(French nim)
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(Placename) a city in S France: Roman remains including an amphitheatre and the Pont du Gard aqueduct. Pop: 147 114 (2006)

Nîmes

(nim)

n.
a city in S France: Roman ruins. 132,343.
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