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The Zaghouan Aqueduct is an ancient Roman aqueduct that supplied the city of Carthage in modern-day Tunisia with water. The aqueduct has a total length of 132 km making it one of the longest in the Roman Empire.

Several sections of the aqueduct remain intact to this day and can be viewed.
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