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The aqueduct is just a long row of arches coming into Morelia. Its beautiful to see and located... read more

Reviewed 19 February 2017
Vicki N
Sprague River, Oregon
A great place to see

The Morelia aqueduct had 365 arc and there is a myth over it, a nice one if a couple kiss in each... read more

Reviewed 16 February 2017
Leticia R
Morelia, Mexico
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Built of stone in 1785, this Aqueduct with 253 arches is one of Morelia's biggest attractions.
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  • Average6%
  • Poor1%
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Acueducto, Morelia 58290, Mexico
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Reviewed 19 February 2017

The aqueduct is just a long row of arches coming into Morelia. Its beautiful to see and located alongside nice green areas. Its by the Tarascas fountain ( a wonderful water sculpture) making the area pleasant to view and sit by.

Thank Vicki N
Reviewed 16 February 2017

The Morelia aqueduct had 365 arc and there is a myth over it, a nice one if a couple kiss in each arc they would be in love forever. Maybe, maybe not but really nice to try.

Thank Leticia R
Reviewed 13 February 2017 via mobile

The aqueduct is about a mile from the historical center. One can only imagine how they used to get water when looking at them. The arches run fur quite a ways and make for a peaceful walk,

Thank marygrace58
Reviewed 5 February 2017 via mobile

Pools like an ile Roman ones. Od is not of course but crosses the Town do driving iii to several Times jako the arcades. Impressive

Thank Michal G
Reviewed 4 February 2017 via mobile

We took a comfortable bus from Ixtapa that was arraigned by our hotel to Morelia - beautiful. Good Resturants, crafts and architecture between the zocalo and the aqueduct.

Thank richard s
Reviewed 29 December 2016 via mobile

Good to visit in the late afternoon. Take a walk along the aqueduct while the sun sets. It's a must see in Morelia, but you can also not get around it when visiting this city.

Thank Mannhighmer
Reviewed 21 December 2016

it is a beautiful colonial aqueduct built in the 17th century that runs from the center of the Acueducto avenue, that used to bring water to the city

Thank fcz5
Reviewed 10 December 2016

The Aqueduct is impressive but its also just an integral part of the city. Go to the end (start?) of the Aqueduct at the Jardin Villalongín. The Jardin is a nice small hang out, wonderful by itself with its crazy manicured "doughnut trees" and the...More

Thank One_of_the_Wazungu
Reviewed 8 December 2016

We where only passing by, but stopped to take good look at this Aqueduct. It is in extremly condition. Well worth visiting.

Thank bos947
Reviewed 8 December 2016

One of the longest I've seen. If you follow it, you get to see some cool plazas, a park where I saw a camp of homeless people living and an art museum.

Thank CarmenSandiego2012
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