After climbing all the way to the top of the hill behind the Park to see Tour Magne, we found the ruins of the Temple of Diana in the southwest corner of the park. Since you are in the area, it pays to stroll through the ruins, but they are not worth a special trip. The park is attractive but the fountains and statuary look old and tired--like many of the buildings in NImes. Be advised this is a long walk from the train station and the Roman amphiteater.
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