Aztec Aqueducts?

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The term Aztec aqueduct refers to a vessel that transports water. The vessel was used by the Aztecs to move water from lakes or streams to their abodes or a specific town. The majority of aqueducts were made with stone.
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using mud / underground clay and marshes/ dirt.
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Which one? Tlaxpana aqueduct is 3 km long. Chapultepec aqueduct (aka "great aqueduct" is 2 miles in length.
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The Aztec lived in mountains so the used aqueducts to carry the melted snow from out of the water. This means the their water was super cold. They needed the aqueducts because the
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The Aztec lived in mountains so the used aqueducts to carry the melted snow from out of the water. This means the their water was supper cold.
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