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Rammstein - Rammstein Völkerball Nimes 05:11
Rammstein - Rammstein Völkerball Nimes 842 izlenme - 5 yıl önce
Rammstein - Du Hast (Canlı Performans) 04:20
Rammstein - Du Hast (Canlı Performans) 298 izlenme - 2 yıl önce Rammstein adlı Alman endüstriyel metal grubunun Temmuz 2005'de Fransa Nimes'de vermiş oldukları konser performansını içerir. Aslında bu stadyum konserinde Rammstein o festivalin headlinerı olan Manowar'ın bir altında çıkmıştır. Normalde bir saate yakın çalmaları gerekmektedir. Grup konseri Amerika şarkısından sonra bitirmeyi düşünmüş ancak seyircilerden gelen yoğun istek üzerine Manowar'ın da sorun çıkarmamasıyla Rammstein tekrar sahneye dönüp yarım saat daha çalmıştır ve sahneyi Manowar'a bırakmıştır. Ayrıca yine diğer şarkılarda yapılan alevli sahne şovları şarkılara ayrı bir hava katmış ve konser Rammstein'ın alışıla gelmiş müthiş sahne şovlarıyla bezenmiştir. Rammstein'ın en iyi canlı performanslarından birisidir.
Rammstein - Los Völkerball Nimes 07:06
Rammstein - Los Völkerball Nimes 546 izlenme - 5 yıl önce
Rammstein - Benzin Völkerball Nimes 03:55
Rammstein - Benzin Völkerball Nimes 325 izlenme - 5 yıl önce
Rammstein - Sonne Völkerball Nimes
Rammstein - Sonne Völkerball Nimes 253 izlenme - 5 yıl önce
Rammstein - Sehnsucht Völkerball Nimes 04:22
Rammstein - Sehnsucht Völkerball Nimes 152 izlenme - 5 yıl önce
Rammstein - Morgenstern Völkerball Nimes 04:50
Rammstein - Morgenstern Völkerball Nimes 149 izlenme - 5 yıl önce
Rammstein Stripped - Völkerball Nimes
Rammstein Stripped - Völkerball Nimes 123 izlenme - 5 yıl önce
Rammstein - Amerika Völkerball Nimes
Rammstein - Amerika Völkerball Nimes 77 izlenme - 5 yıl önce
Nimes & Pont du Gard (Fransa) 02:54
Nimes & Pont du Gard (Fransa) 6 izlenme - 2 yıl önce The star attraction of Nimes is the worlds best-preserved ancient Roman amphitheater, Les Arenes. The arena is very similar in age and appearance to the Colosseum in Rome, but only half the size, seating 24,000 people. A lovely pedestrian zone of shops and cafés extends just beyond the right side of the arena, with the main lane of Rue de lAspic running ten blocks through its center. Check out the shops and other sights including the other great historic monument of Nimes, Maison Carrée or the square house, Frances best-preserved Roman temple. Maison Carrée looks like a smaller version of the Parthenon, with tall Corinthian columns running around it and a classic façade topped by a triangular pediment. Legend holds that the 2000-year-old temple was built by General Agrippa in honor of two grandsons of Emperor Augustus, Caius and Lucius. The Roman aqueduct of Pont du Gard is one of the greatest sights in all of ancient history. Its an incredibly impressive structure, in fact, the tallest ancient bridge and the second highest structure the Romans ever built, after the Colosseum in Rome which is just six feet higher. Pont du Gard is part of an ancient, 26 mile water channel about in length, built mostly on or beneath the ground to carry water to Nimes. The Romans constructed this bridge across the valley about 2,000 years ago to maintain an even flow of water with just a very slight change in level, dropping only about one inch every 300 feet. This engineering feat is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Three levels of arches hold up the water channel that runs across the top. The tallest arches that Roman engineers ever built are on the bottom. Their buildings relied heavily on the arch, for many interior spaces were differing variations of this critical feature: large rooms were often made with barrel-vaulted ceilings, really a series of arches connected together, and an arch could also be spun around on its axis to form a dome, another important Roman innovation.
Nimes - Pont du Gard 02:48
Nimes - Pont du Gard 2 izlenme - 2 yıl önce http://tourvideos.com Nimes and Pont du Gard: features three video screens running simultaneously. Here we find the world's best-preserved ancient Roman amphitheater, Les Arenes, then continue to Pont du Gard to see the amazing ancient aqueduct built 2,000 years ago.