If we speak about architecture, the Romans are among the greatest builders of the world’s history.
Some of the surviving Roman buildings and monuments are magnificient still today, many centuries after they were built.
And one of such creations is the famed Roman Aqueduct of Segovia. The historic city of Segovia is located in north-western central Spain, in the autonomous region of Castile and Leon. This important city is rich in history and sights, as it is located on an important trading route between Merida and Zaragossa. In ancient history, this was an important Celtiberian settlement, which then passed into the Roman’s hands.
The massive roman aqueduct of Segovia is one of the city’s greatest historical treasures, and it is one of the most well-preserved existing testaments to the engineering feats of ancient Rome.
Its exact construction date has been difficult to pin down due to the absence of any…
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