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Acueducto de los Milagros, Merida

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  • one of the most important monuments in Mérida. beautiful and be able to take pictures with him. In addition the theater and Amphitheater. Merida has not much to envy to Rome
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  • In good state of preservation, surrounded by a square of grass where relax and watch this wonderful piece of Roman engineering. I recommend a visit in the afternoon, to the fall of the Sun, leaving some exceptional photos.
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  • When you find yourself in front of him that he is feeling. Site is magical and it gives off a force telurica invading you senses, in the sunset acquires a colourful of such artistic beauty that overwhelms the senses.
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  • As you walk through the graffiti riddled streets of Merida, you suddenly see the ruins of a majestic aqueduct rise above the urban decay of a few delapidated apartments. It seems surreal, as they just silently loom there. It's almost sad as you imagine the grandeur of what once was the thriving Roman town of Augustus Emerita. Very impressive.
  • Merece la pena pasarse a visitarlo!
  • Stunning and very well preserved!
  • Awesome this construction, with soaring columns separated by arches that Act of buttress, not as support, which you give architectural worth more than other cities like the aqueduct of Segovia. On the other hand, and to increase even more its architectural value was built with brick, in addition to granite, as a decorative element, giving color to the aqueduct. In addition, around it, extends a large park with green grass that stays throughout the year, thus creating a carpet of greenery that contrasts with the soft cream color of granite (with as many years as the same aqueduct) old brick red.
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  • Roman aqueduct bringing water from the reservoir of Proserpine, which runs along the Valley of the river albarregas, landscaped environment, for magnificent views from the nearby Roman bridge.
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