10 Beautiful Roman Aqueducts in the world


An aqueduct is an artificial watercourse that has the main purpose of construction to supply water from one side to another. Through the prime time of historical Romans construct many aqueducts all over Europe to bring water. When they required, they built bridges along with watercourses after that water used for multiple purposes. Some of these beautiful aqueducts well preserved and built for multifunctional needs. Below, mentioned the 10 Roman beautiful aqueducts.

10: Pont Du Gard


Pont Du Gard is the oldest aqueduct bridge built in the 1st century A.D, that supply water almost 50KM to the Roman colony of Nimes. The Romans developed a total water channel without using mortar. It is the tallest and beautiful Roman aqueduct bridge in the world having 48.8 meters length.

9: Aqueduct of Segovia


The aqueduct of Segovia is also one of the Roman beautiful aqueducts in Spain. It is also a famous and best-preserved elevated Roman aqueduct and the prime sign of Segovia. It also consisted of a UNESCO world heritage site that inscribed in 1985 nd got an extension in 2015. Its total length is 9 meters high.

8: Valens Aqueduct


It consisted of one of the roman beautiful aqueducts that completed in 368 A.D it got the name after roman ruler’s “Valens” during his period. It was a simple terminal of old water channels and trenches of Constantinople. Few ottoman Sultan’s reestablished it but the real water arrangement of medieval Constantinople. Its long-lasting segment is 921 meters long and 50 meters high. Through its beautiful curves, the Ataturk road, used here for the general public.

7: Pont De Les Ferreres


Pont De Les Ferreres aqueduct is also popular as Devil’s Bridge, which is working to bring water from the francolin water almost 15KM far from the south of Tarragona city that well known as now Spain. It made in the era of Augusta who was the main leader of the Roman empire. This aqueduct has 27 meters tall and 249 meters high. This beautiful Roman aqueduct has 25 upper curves and 11 lower curves.

6: Miraculous Aqueduct


It is one of the most beautiful Roman aqueducts that known as the aqueduct of miraculous. It worked in Spain as one out of three aqueducts ancient water channels. Initially, it provided water to the city from Counterfeit Lake. It developed in the first century, after many years its inhabitants changed its name and began to call “water passage of the Miracle”.

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5: Aqua Alexandria


Aqua Alexandria consisted of one of the longest beautiful Roman aqueducts, which supplied water to Rome from 11 aqueducts systems of Rome. It almost covered a distance of 22.4KM distance and supply water to Peninsula Borghese. Its construction started in the 2nd century. This aqueduct persisted in use from the 3-8 century AD. The aqueduct formed in 226 A.D as the end of the eleven antique aqueducts of Rome.

4: Eifel Aqueduct


Eifel aqueduct is one of the longest Roman aqueducts. It constructed in 80 A.D that supplied water from 95 KM from the hill of the Eifel region that is now Germany. Almost all its construction was underground and flow of water produced by the gravity of Earth. Especially it designed to safe from damage and freezing.

3: Caesarea Aqueduct


Caesarea Martina was an urban civilization on the Mediterranean Sea that constructed in the 1st century by Herod the Great. That’s why it got the name of his owner Augustus Caesar. It was a double aqueduct that supplied water from spring to Mount Carmel to the city. It is also one of the tourist attraction and beautiful Roman aqueduct in all over the world.

2: Aqueduct of Kavala


It is also known as Kamares. It is a popular and well-preserved aqueduct in the city of Kavala. A beautiful aqueduct is also a landmark of the city, while it dated back to the originality of Romans. But it’s present in the 16th century. It consisted of beautiful Roman aqueducts that supplying drinkable water to the city from Mount Pangaeus. In the early 14th century, a Byzantine boundary wall created as a part of the fortification on the Acropolis of Kavala. It may be worked as an aqueduct.

1: Aqueduct of the Gier


An ancient Roman aqueduct of the Gier that may be built-in the 1st century for the supply of water to Lugdunum and now it is in France. It is one of the longest, beautiful, and well-conserve beautiful Roman aqueducts. This adequate pass through almost its tunnels near Mornant and extended to 825 meters. It pulled its water from the source of the Gier, which is a small branch of the Rhone. It placed on the slopes of Mont Pilat that is 42 km far from the south-west of Lyon.