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Built of stone in 1785, this Aqueduct with 253 arches is one of Morelia's biggest attractions.
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Acueducto, Morelia 58290, Mexico
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The Aqueducts make you feel like your in Europe. The best way to see them is on a bus tour of the city. Great history in Morelia.

Thank austexusa
Reviewed 1 week ago

The aqueduct is an interesting historical feature that was built, and then rebuilt as a necessity for bringing water into the city. Nothing else of interest

Thank MaryJo M
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is worth seeing; in good condition and an interesting piece of local history. Worth the short and pleasant walk out to see it.

Thank beyondvallarta
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

One of most amazing parts of Morelia is the still standing aqueduct. Whether you are driving by or walking by, it is wonderful to know that this bit of history has survived so long..

Thank LightforthePlanet
Reviewed 1 October 2018 via mobile

Good idea to walk the city and check this out while you're exploring all the other brilliant things in Morelia.

Thank donnamgreen
Reviewed 8 September 2018

This is a must see sight in town. I compare it with the aqueduct in Querétaro, and the one here is longer. They are both interesting in their use of gravity to supply water and the associated history.

Thank james p
Reviewed 10 July 2018

The aqueduct sorta places you in an unknown past, when times were simple, stress low, and people weren't afraid to smile. Walking along this beuty one sees shops, restaurants and hotels. I preferred Morelia when it was a smaller city but it still has lots...More

Thank Frank H
Reviewed 13 June 2018 via mobile

Close to old central and a wonder. Nice wide sidewalks with sculptures and fountains. Morelai is a must visit place.

Thank RobertaYRoberto
Reviewed 12 March 2018

This is a true Aqueduct that runs from the center of Morelia to the west. It goes for miles and you can drive beside in either direction. To see how it declines and inclines. When it rains you can see the water still running through...More

Thank seanthompson123
Reviewed 17 February 2018

We made a point of finding our way to the Aqueduct in Morelia and we weren't disappointed. It is well preserved and is in a very interesting part of town. There are many things to do around that area, including the Bosque park, and the...More

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