Aqua Alexandrina aqueduct

Aqua Alexandrina aqueduct


Rome, Italy (IT)
The Aqua Alexandrina was a Roman aqueduct located in the city of Rome. It was constructed in AD 226 as the last of the ancient aqueducts in Rome. The Aqueduct was built under the reign of Emperor Alexander Severus to supply his enlargement of the Therme of Nero.
The Aqua Alexandrina was a Roman aqueduct located in the city of Rome. It was constructed in AD 226 as the last of the ancient aqueducts in Rome. The Aqueduct was built under the reign of Emperor Alexander Severus to supply his enlargement of the Therme of Nero.
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