Pont du Gard, France - March 4, 2014: Three people are sitting in the sun during an early spring day under an arch of the the famous roman Pont du Gard in South France. The stone bridge is an two thousand years old roman aqueduct that crosses the Gardon River. Built by the Romans to carry water from a spring to the town Nimes, constructed 40-60 AD. The bridge consits of three levels. It is 49 m high and 274 m long.