Zaghouan Aqueduct #3

Zaghouan Aqueduct #3


Mohammedia, Tunisia (TN)
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.
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.
View in Google Earth Historical, Ancient
Links: en.wikipedia.org
By: Drudii

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