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The staging of the archaeologists' and historians' work
The MuséoParc Alésia of Alise-Sainte-Reine was designed as an open archaeological park composed of two 1.2 miles (2 km) apart poles and a vast discovery trail sheltered on its first pole by the Interpretation Center. Beyond the presentation of the siege of Alésia, a dialogue is organized there between history and landscape. It reveals certain clues to the siege, reconstructs segments of Roman lines, and highlights the work of archaeologists and historians. In order to allow the public to better understand the successive points of view of the besiegers and the besieged, it offers different readings of the site and prepares for the visit of the second pole located on Mont Auxois.
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