The old town of Antibes, photographed from the town's fortified walls built by Vauban in 1710, Antibes, France, 26 April 2012. Antibes was founded as a port and trading post in the 5th century by Greek seafarers. The ramparts were built to protect the town from attacks by the Spanish.
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The old town of Antibes, photographed from the town's fortified walls built by Vauban in 1710, Antibes, France, 26 April 2012. Antibes was founded as a port and trading post in the 5th century by Greek seafarers. The ramparts were built to protect the town from attacks by the Spanish.
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