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List of aqueducts in the Roman Empire

 

List of aqueducts in the Roman Empire

Aqueduct of Segovia, Spain

This is a list of aqueducts in the Roman Empire.

Contents

  • List by modern country 1
    • Bulgaria 1.1
    • Croatia 1.2
    • France 1.3
    • Germany 1.4
    • Greece 1.5
    • Italy 1.6
    • Israel 1.7
    • Lebanon 1.8
    • Portugal 1.9
    • Macedonia 1.10
    • Spain 1.11
    • Tunisia 1.12
    • Turkey 1.13
    • United Kingdom 1.14
  • External links 2

List by modern country

This is a list of Roman aqueducts that served cities other than Rome itself, sorted by modern country.

Bulgaria

Croatia

France

Pont du Gard in France
Aqueduct from Gorze to Metz, France

Germany

Greece

Italy

Israel

Lebanon

Portugal

Macedonia

Spain

Los Milagros Aqueduct in Mérida, Spain

Tunisia

Turkey

Aqueduct of Valens, Istanbul

United Kingdom

External links

  • List of Roman aqueducts – Romanaqueducts.info
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