Pont Du Gard
With constructing the Pont du Grad handicraft pattern an impressing master's piece of Roman construction art is created in your home. The cut-out-sheet fabricated out of eco-friendly paper contains:
- content 13 colored craft sheets
- stable paper
- objects are numbered
- with instruction
- size: 100x10x17 cm
- form 13+ years
The ancient Rome in the South of France
The bridge Pont du Gard from the Roman time spans in impressing height over a Roman canal in the South of France. The Romans constructed the Pont du Gard in the Roman way of construction with ashlars. For putting up the monumental bridge the limestone form the close by quarries was used. About one thousand workers were creating within circa 3 years of construction a master's piece of Roman art of construction. Today the Pont du Gard in one of the best maintained Roman buildings in Europe. The Romans created with the Pont du Gard a water pipe of a length of circa fifty kilometres between the cities Uz's and Nimes in the South of France. The Pont du Gard is an architectonic masterly performance and is part of the UNESCO world heritage side.
Handicraft fun for the entire family
Already children from six years can discover with the handicraft pattern Pont du Gard the unique Roman construction art. Students of primary school can get to know history really illustratively, when while handcrafting the impressing Roman bridge is created.
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