About Museum of Orange
The Museum of Orange (Musee D’Orange) is an archaeological museum across the road from the UNESCO-listed Roman Theatre of Orange.
The Museum of Orange displays a series of artefacts found in the area, dating from prehistoric to Roman times.
Amongst its most celebrated items, the Museum of Orange houses a series of objects which originally formed part of the Roman theatre, including friezes which once would have adorned its spectacular stage wall.
Upstairs, the Museum of Orange has a more modern collection of paintings, furniture and other objects which formed part of a private collection.
The Maison Carrée in Nîmes is a staggeringly well preserved Roman temple, and one of the best-preserved examples of a Roman building anywhere in the world.
Pont du Gard is a famous Ancient Roman bridge and aqueduct once used to supply Nimes with water.
The Roman Theatre of Orange is a stunningly well-preserved first century theatre in France and is UNESCO listed.
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