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Acueducto de los Milagros, Merida

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  • These are the remains of an ancient Roman aqueduct that is worth knowing. This gives a touch very nice to the landscape and, in addition, there are a lot of storks that nested on the, what also you gives a perspective very chula. Around it there is a park cool to walk around and take some beautiful pictures. I highly recommend it.
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  • This is a most imposing landmark and extremely well preserved. Not that much to do here but simply admire the architecture and imagine it in times gone by. 
  • Already is that I question as a heading could be some purist an aberration or a heresy, but... Today they have sufficient archaeological and technical studies to reconstruct any part of it. I know that more than one be torn garments talking pastiche or some similar term, but would not be the first historical monument - castles, palaces...-which has been rebuilt. Another great piece of those great Roman architects to bring water from the first swamp preserved in Spain: of Proserpine, a few kilometers from Mérida and work, how no, the same Romans.
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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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