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Carcassonne in Languedoc Roussillon...

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Sightseeing in Carcassonne - Places to visit...

Castle, Ramparts and Medieval City: The hilltop was first fortified by the Romans in 100BC. UNESCO World heritage Site.
Basilica of St Nazaire: 11th. century Romanesque church in the medieval city.
Museum of the Middle Ages: How people lived in the middle ages. Address: Rue des Ramparts.
Military Museum: French military history. Address 102 Rue Trivalle.
Museum of Torture: History of torture with videos, models and torture instruments. Situated in the old city.
Museum of Fine Arts: European paintings, 17th. - 19th. century. Address: 1 Rue de Verdun.
Canal du Midi: This famous canal flows through the city.
Markets - Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Carcassonne Festival: One of France's biggest Festivals. 120 shows with music, opera, theatre and dance. From 22nd. June to 5th. August 2012.
Cathar Castle: Chateau Comtal (Count's Castle) in the old city.

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