… for Segovia.
It starts here, the building in the background is the second waterhouse that was used to filter the water, from the R. Frio 15 k away, in a large tank containing sand.
As the slope gets steeper, the aqueduct gets taller.
Round the bend ..
813 m. long …
28.5 m. tall.
All that for this water channel.
Built in the 1st century CE the aqueduct in Segovia was still in use until the mid 19th century.
It’s absolutely awe inspiring.
🙂 🙂 🙂