Focus Friday - Roman Aqueducts

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Friday, Dec 31 2010 by

The Romans constructed numerous [url-]aqueducts[/url] to serve any large city in their empire, as well as many small towns and industrial sites. The city of Rome had the largest concentration of aqueducts, with water being supplied by eleven aqueducts constructed over a period of about 500 years.

Aqueduct of Segovia (StreetView)
Aqueduct of Segovia

Barbegal Roman aqueduct and mill (StreetView)
Barbegal Roman aqueduct and mill
Acueducto de los Milagros (StreetView)
Acueducto de los Milagros

Aqueduct of Segovia (Birds Eye)
Aqueduct of Segovia

Tarragona Aqueduct (Birds Eye)
Tarragona Aqueduct

Acquedotto Alessandrino (Roman aqueduct) (Birds Eye)
Acquedotto Alessandrino (Roman aqueduct)
"Caños de Carmona" Roman Aqueduct (Birds Eye)
"Caños de Carmona" Roman Aqueduct

Jouy-aux-Arches Roman aqueduct (Google Maps)
Jouy-aux-Arches Roman aqueduct
Pont d'Aël Roman Aqueduct (Google Maps)
Pont d'Aël Roman Aqueduct

Almuñécar Roman aqueduct still in use (Google Maps)
Almuñécar Roman aqueduct still in use
Valens Roman Aqueduct (Google Maps)
Valens Roman Aqueduct