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We took a walk from our apartment before checking out any maps to see what we could discover nearby. Five minutes in and we stumbled across the aquaduct. Which had a fantastic food market and flea market in progress. Also so me locals playing games....More
Worth a detour to see this aqueduct and its associated tower and park, a quiet space away from the bustle of this fine city. It’s a shame not more is made of it, perhaps by relocating the parking and traffic from underneath !
It is nice to see an aquaduct at such close distance and easy to get to. Took some photos. Saw it from the park. I hope they maintain it and not let it become a ruin. It is good to appreciate this ancient structure and...More
Although not used for many years, this is an important example of how an aqueduct works. You can trace it for miles and see the gradual decent of the gradiant from the far away hills to the centre of the city and the reservoir.