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Narbonne is French city located in the Aude department of the Languedoc-Roussillon region . The city is traversed by the Robine Canal, which has been classed as a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1996. It is the most populated municipality of the Aude department with around 52,000 inhabitants, known in French as “Nabonnais”. Its greater metropolitan area is of around 122,000 people.
Narbonne was founded by the Romans in the year 118 BC. It was their first colony in the Gaul region, and the urban centre today still holds many traces of the city’s rich history - Saint-Just-et-Saint-Pasteur Cathedral, Palace of the Archbishops, remains of the Via Domitia, and many more. The city, which specialises in the trading of the region's wine, is surrounded by moorland and vineyards. It also has a beautifully sandy 5km beach, Narbonne-Plage.