Tarragona’s Ancient Roman Aqueduct, Spain

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Roman Aqueduct, Tarragona, Spain http://www.descobrir.cat/ca/galeria-imatges.php?IDG=41=5949

L’aqüeducte de les Ferreres - Tarragona

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remains of a roman aqueduct, central france

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Ruins of Roman Amphitheatre, Cartagena, Spain. Cartagena is located in the Region of Murcia, by the Mediterranean coast, south-eastern Spain.

Orange: Théâtre Antique| a Roman theatre in Orange, France, built early in the 1st century AD. The home of the summer opera festival, the Chorégies d'Orange. | Learn more about the beautiful places in France by checking out the Travel section of Talkinfrench.com www.talkinfrench....

Greco-Roman Provence, Orange: Théâtre Antique - Ancient Roman ruins in France

The Roman Aquaduct an advanced achievement in building a series of channels to bring water down into the cities from their sources.

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The Roman aqueduct was one of the ancient Romans' main architectural accomplishments.

The 2,000 year-old arches of the Roman aqueduct in Segovia Spain, held together only by gravity and design.  #spain #travel #architecture (Thx MMCL)

Spain Travel Inspiration - The year-old arches of the Roman aqueduct in Segovia Spain, held together only by gravity and design.

(Caesarea Aqueduct). Ancient Roman Aqueduct, Caesarea, Israel. The aqueduct that brought it freshwater might be Caesarea Maritima's most spectacular ruin. But the city that the biblical King Herod had built on Israel's Mediterranean shores was, above all, a seaport. https://www.facebook.com/Nuestro-Dios-Jehov%C3%A1h-443323375834518/timeline/

aqueducts are stunning

Caligula's new aqueduct for Rome

Roman Emperor Caligula and the fantastic Nemi Barges discovered at the bottom of the lake.

Pont du Gard is an ancient Roman aqueduct that stretches over the Gardon River in south of France. The nearest town is Vers-Pont-du-Gard

Segovia Aqueduct, Spain: Built between AD 98- 117, this Roman aqueduct carried water 10 miles into the heart of Segovia, Spain. It is one of the best-preserved works of Roman engineering

Segovia Aqueduct, Spain: Built between AD this Roman aqueduct carried water 10 miles into the heart of Segovia, Spain. It is one of the best-preserved works of Roman engineering

ANCIENT:roman-aqueduct-plumbing, the Romans were well known for their colossal and ingenious works of architecture and engineering, the gravity driven water distributing and waste evacuating aqueducts are still in use today

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Greco-Roman ANCIENT:roman-aqueduct-plumbing, the Romans were well known for their colossal and ingenious works of architecture and engineering, the gravity driven water distributing and waste evacuating aqueducts are still in use today

el Acueducto de Segovia es una de las más soberbias obras que los romanos dejaron repartidas por su vasto imperio. Fue construido para conducir hasta Segovia el agua de la Sierra, es símbolo heráldico de la ciudad y su construcción fue atribuida al diablo por la leyenda.

Acueducto bridge, Segovia Spain, (c 100 AD) Roman aqueduct, one of the most significant and best-preserved ancient monuments on the Iberian Peninsula

Kamares or the Aqueduct. 60 arches, 52 meters high! #Kavala #Greece http://www.house2book.com

Roman Aqueduct in Kavala, Thassos Island, Greece

Puente Nuevo Arch bridge in Ronda

The city of Ronda, in the Spanish province of Málaga. Ernest Hemingway and Orson Welles spent some time in Ronda as part-time residents of Ronda's old town quarter called La Ciudad, and have written about its beauty.

Roman aqueduct, also known as Pont del Diable (2th century A.D.), Tarragona, Catalonia.

Roman aqueduct, also known as Pont del Diable in Tarragona - Catalonia, Spain

Currency and the Collapse of the Roman Empire. The Money Project is an ongoing collaboration between Visual Capitalist and Texas Precious Metals that seeks to use intuitive visualizations to explore the origins, nature, and use of money. At its peak, the Roman Empire held up to 130 million people over a span of 1.5 million square miles. Rome had conquered much of the known world. The Empire built 50,000 miles of roads, as well as many aqueducts, amphitheatres, and other works that are still…

How currency debasement, soaring costs, and overtaxing helped lead to the collapse of Ancient Rome's economy and empire.

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