Saint-Nicolas-de-Campagnac Bridge

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The Gardon at Pont Saint-Nicolas

The Saint-Nicolas-de-Campagnac Bridge (French Pont Saint-Nicolas-de-Campagnac) is an arch bridge crossing the river Gardon near Sainte-Anastasie, in the southern French department of Gard.

The bridge was built between 1245 and 1260.

It is crossed by departmental route 979 ((D 979) from Nîmes to Uzès.

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Coordinates: 43°56′31″N 4°22′38″E / 43.94194°N 4.37722°E / 43.94194; 4.37722