Narbonne, small city near the Mediterranean Sea – France

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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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