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Segovia Aqueduct
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Segovia Aqueduct

The Aqueduct of Segovia is a Roman aqueduct in Segovia, Spain that was used for over a thousand years. It is one of the best preserved Roman aqueducts in existence. Its total lenght is 813 m and its height is 28 m.
Pont Du Gard Aqueduct
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Pont Du Gard Aqueduct

The Pont Du Gard Roman aqueduct, Southern France, 1st century CE
Pont del Diable Aqueduct, Tarraco
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Pont del Diable Aqueduct, Tarraco

The Pont del Diable aqueduct, Tarraco (Tarragona), Spain. Also known as the Ferreres Bridge, it was built in the 1st century CE it is 217 m long and 27 m high.
Aqueduct of Jezzar Pasha
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Aqueduct of Jezzar Pasha

A portion of an Ottoman-Period Palestinian aqueduct constructed during the reign of Jezzar Pasha, Ottoman ruler of Acre (1775–1804 CE). The aqueduct runs from Tel Kabri to Acre in Northern Israel and functioned all the way up to 1948 CE...
Gadhara Aqueduct, Jordan
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Gadhara Aqueduct, Jordan

The Roman-built Gadhara aqueduct, Jordan. 2nd century CE.
Water Channel, Pont del Diable Aqueduct
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Water Channel, Pont del Diable Aqueduct

The water channel of the Pont del Diable aqueduct, Tarraco (Tarragona), Spain. Built in the 1st century CE it is 217 m long and 27 m high.
Nineveh
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Nineveh

Nineveh (modern-day Mosul, Iraq) was one of the oldest and greatest cities in antiquity. It was originally known as Ninua, a trade center, and would become one of the largest and most affluent cities in antiquity. It was regarded highly by...
Los Milagros Aqueduct, Mérida
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Los Milagros Aqueduct, Mérida

A remaining section of the aqueduct built to supply water to the Roman colony of Emerita Augusta, today Mérida, Spain. It is thought to have been constructed during the 1st century CE, with a second phase of building (or renovations) around...
Roman Aqueduct, Caesarea
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Roman Aqueduct, Caesarea

The Roman aqueduct of Caesarea Palestina.
Valens Aqueduct, Constantinople
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Valens Aqueduct, Constantinople

A remaining section of the aqueduct built by Emperor Valens in the 4th century CE in Constantinople.
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