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Too bad to see that this amazing piece of history is so run down and not known really well. I asked a cab driver to bring me there from the cable lifts at mt Vodno. This is the easy way because it is next to...More
Built by the Romans about 2000 years ago, this is a magnificent engineering feat even for today. As an engineer I can but look in awe at the expertise in building this aqueduct. Sadly, groups of itinerants are camping alongside and their vandalism is causing...More
Just come there and touch those ancient stones, observe the curves, the bricks, that ancient mathematics, surrounded by bird song, in the middle of the city, something which is hard to find elsewhere in the world, something unique, deserving much, much mor attention, and care,...More
This is a strange one, an important piece of the country's history but seemingly totally neglected. I went there on foot from the city - along the river, crossing over, then walking at the side of busy roads without a footway, and finally along a...More
We took the local bus to the big cemetery nearby then took a taxi the aqueduct. The place does not have signage to get there so you will get a bit lost, I showed a picture of the aqueduct to the taxi driver and he...More
This is an interesting piece of history. Shame the location is not cleaner up and have proper access to it. The taxi will take you there on a dirt road. There is no information at the locations so read up before. The country could make...More