The Aqueduct of Segovia is a Roman aqueduct and one of the most significant
and best-preserved ancient monuments left on the Iberian Peninsula. It is located
in Spain and is the foremost symbol of S...
The Segovia Aqueduct in Spain is huge, crossing the city from one side to the
other. For almost ... The Segovia Aqueduct, mark of the Roman Empire in Castile
Segovia was a small Roman town on a steep isolated hill at the junction of two
rivers on the main road from Emerita (Merida) to Caesaraugusta (Zaragossa).
One of the greatest surviving monuments of Roman engineering, this aqueduct
stretches from the walls of the old town to the edges of Sierra de Guadarrama.
Built between AD 98- 117, this Roman aqueduct carried water 10 miles into the
heart of Segovia, Spain. It is one of the best-preserved works of Roman ...
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Oct 18, 2011 ... A brief visit to one of the most famous Roman aqueduct in the world.
The ancient Roman aqueduct in Segovia is not a religious site, but it is such a
magnificent monument that we just can't bear to leave it out of our guide. The
Water-conveyance structure built under the Roman emperor Trajan (reigned 98–
117 ce) and still in use; it carries water 10 miles (16 km) from the Frío River to ...
Jan 8, 2016 ... The very first aqueducts were constructed by ancient civilizations such ... three
ancient Roman aqueducts built at Mérida in modern-day Spain.
Sep 4, 2012 ... The Romans constructed aqueducts to bring a constant flow of water into cities ...
ancient monuments left on the Iberian Peninsula, in Spain.