Kamares Aqueduct
Kamares Aqueduct
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Sven Luca
Dubai, United Arab Emirates88 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2019 • Solo
Its right after Larnaca on the way to Limassol .. nice to stop at the street for a photo but not really more.
Written 12 June 2019
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Mark
Amersham, UK1,919 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2019 • Couples
Its a very impressive aquaduct but don't go out of your way to visit because its only a quick visit, walk down to the bottom and look at it. Some people are commenting about walking on it, don't, it is narrow and high and dangerous.
Written 20 May 2019
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Pariya z
Paphos, Cyprus66 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2019 • Family
it is just a very large , long Aquaduct, nice walk to the salt lake
pretty at night with lights on, nice for taking photos
Written 15 January 2019
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Magnusigbg
Gothenburg, Sweden632 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2018 • Couples
Nice and well preserved aqueduct from the time of the ottomans. The construction is old and this was build 1700-century. Nice to visit and if you’re in the area you have to walk around.
Written 23 November 2018
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Nordick12
Europe141 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2018 • Solo
I was underwhelmed by this Ottoman aqueduct. While a decent part of it is intact, it is rather tiny when compared to the magnificent Roman aqueducts in places such as Segovia or Pont du Gard.
Written 16 November 2018
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Foxylinz
Plymouth, UK156 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2018 • Couples
Our bus tour brought us here - this appears to be a Roman aqueduct which has stood the test of time well. There area lot of lizards in the area - we nearly trod on a few! Good for a photo opportunity!
Written 2 April 2018
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Malathy G
Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates36 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2017 • Solo
Is part of the Love Bus Tour. Worth a visit. Typical Roman aqueduct, which was rebuilt by the Ottomans in the 18th century. A formidable building project at any time.
Written 17 May 2017
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ATHINA T
Nicosia, Cyprus11,289 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2014 • Couples
Abou Bekir Pasha (1670 - 1758), one of the Ottoman governors of Cyprus, ordered the construction of this water supply system with its total length of 15 km: 8 km underground and 7 km on substructions and arcades. The actual builder was the dragoman (diplomat and interpreter) Kostantinos Christofakis; the work took him three years (1746 - 1748).
At the exit from Larnaka towards the Limassol highway you see the most grandiose arches (kamares) of the 15 kilometers long, 18th century aqueduct of Larnaka. For the traveler the old aqueduct of Larnaka offers a interesting challenge. Walking straight line from these 1st arches at about 2-3 kilometers you arrive at the 2nd arches and after a walk of almost the same distance, but having to pass the airport 'by-pass highway', you arrive at the 3rd and lowest arches. At this point you have to look for the old grain mill, which was working with the aqueduct's water. And then for almost 8 kilometers up to the river, the water channel becomes underground, but every 250 meters you can see the 'visiting wells' of this unbelievable project, which channeled the water of river Tremithos to Larnaka till the 1950'
Further info at link: http://www.romanaqueducts.info/aquasite/larnaca/index.html and some pictures i took just to be shared with you. Kamares Aqueduct looks beautiful at night when is lighted.
Written 7 April 2014
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Angela
London, UK1,063 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2023 • Couples
This can be seen from the main Rod that passes literally parallel with this aqueduct! It was built in 1747 and at night it is laminated at night! It is parallel to the salt lake and near Larnaca Airport!
Written 6 February 2023
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Evripidou M
173 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2020
very beautiful old and large aqueduct nicely preserved. It is very close to the salt lake where you can see migratory flamingos and the "tekke" mosque which you can visit,
Written 8 May 2021
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