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The Aqueduct of Segovia is a Roman aqueduct and is generally dated to the second half of the first century AD or the early years of the second century. It carries the waters of the Fuente Fría river over thirty kilometres to and from Segovia, Spain, at one point as high as twenty eight metres. If you are interested in aqueducts, A. Trevor Hodges’ 1992 Roman Aqueducts and Water Supply is located in History on the fifth floor at LSQ Hod, and Colin O’Connor’s Roman Bridges is nearby at LSQ Oco.


  1. Batad Rice Terraces, the Philippines
  2. Interior view of baptistery of St. Peter, San Pietro in Consavia church, Asti, Italy
  3. Balaban and Katz Chicago Theatre, US