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Equally vital were the aqueducts, striding across a sometimes incredible obstacle course to carry water to the cities.
If you get the chance, go from the Union canal side, which passes through a tunnel before it moves onto the approach aqueduct.
Canal locks, bridges and repair depots are of great interest, as are the aqueducts and embankments carrying the canals.
The Goths severed the aqueduct system in the early sixth century.
The arched aqueduct, baroquely decorated, once served silver mines.
Four of its original aqueducts still bring water to the modern city.
Romans invented the elevated aqueduct and delivery of domestic water through pipes to households.
Our management of water resources in the past has been based largely on the ancient Roman device, the aqueduct.
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