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The Aqueduct, is a latin name and means water pipe, it seems it was an invention of the ancient romans; this Aqueduct is well preserved, a wonderfull architecture, and is still in function; you can visit it; this water pipe leads the water from one...More
We were driving along in our taxi and looked to our left and saw this magnificent structure. The architecture is fascinating. And yet it is functional. You can look at a model of the structure at the Museum in Nerja.
This aqueduct is actually on your way to the Caves of Nerja, 3km from the town. It's an imposing sight crossing a valley. Built in old Roman style, it was actually only built in the late 1880s or thereabouts. But it's very impressive. You can...More
This aqueduct is situated just outside the village of Maro.It is a masterpiece of engineering,ang one of the very few such structures still standing in such a good state of repair.Well worth the visit, with a beautiful downhill walk passing many tomatoe and fruit farms...More