List of aqueducts in the Roman Empire


List of aqueducts in the Roman Empire

This is a list of Roman aqueducts outside the city of Rome itself, sorted by modern country.

Introduction

The Romans built aqueducts in most sufficiently large cities in the Empire. Their remains (in some cases still functioning) may be found today in many places.

List

Croatia

*Diocletanus Aqueduct near Split in southern of Croatia

France

* The Pont du Gard in southern France
* Barbegal aqueduct, France
* Lugdunum Lyon
* Nîmes

Germany

* Eifel aqueduct, Germany

Greece

*Nicopolis,Greece

Italy

* Aqua Augusta, Italy

Israel

* Caesarea Maritima, Israel

Republic of Macedonia

* Skopje Aqueduct

pain

* Aqueduct of Segovia
* Acueducto de los Milagros, Mérida
* Almuñécar (5 above ground aqueducts - 4 still in use)
* Las Medulas
* Aqüeducte de les Ferreres, Tarragona

Tunisia

* Aqueduct of Hadrian, Tunisia

Turkey

* Valens Aqueduct, Istanbul, Turkey
* Aspendos, Turkey

United Kingdom

* Dolaucothi
* Dorchester, Dorset (Durnovaria)
* Lanchester (Longovicium)

Please avoid double work, see first: http://www.romanaqueducts.info/aqualib/aqualit.htm

See also

* List of Roman aqueduct bridges


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