Narbonne was the first Roman settlement in France. You can still see parts of the Via Domitia when you go for a walk through this beautiful city.
For a short time the city was ruled by a Moslim ruler, the Umayyad Caliphate, but the Corolingian Pepin the Short conquered it back for France during the Siege of Narbonne (752-759).
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Check out our album about The Eifel Tower by day.
In 1889 Gustave Eiffel built a tower to be exhibited at the World Exhibition in Paris. The initially temporary attraction is now one of Paris’ landmarks.
We also have a blog. On it you’ll find a story about a new begining in Australia.
In the 1950s my dad’s aunt and uncle moved to Australia with their son to built a new life. They settled in Orange, known for its first gold dig.
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