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[Answer] Which Spanish city is home to this impressive Roman aqueduct?


Question: “Which Spanish city is home to this impressive Roman aqueduct?

Segovia – The Ancient Roman Empire stretched as far west as Segovia, Spain! The city is where Roman Emperor Trajan ordered the construction of one of the empire’s most stunning aqueducts. Built of more than 24,000 blocks of Guadarrama granite, the aqueduct featured no mortar. And yet, the aqueduct remains standing today, as one of the best-preserved Roman aqueducts in the world. Called “El Puente” (or “The Bridge”) in Spanish, the 2,388-foot-long and 93-foot-tall structure consists of 165 stone arches and carries water to the city from the Frío River 10 miles away.:


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