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Acueducto de los Milagros, Merida
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Acueducto de los Milagros is located in Merida. Add Acueducto de los Milagros and other attractions to your Merida trip itinerary using our Merida itinerary maker.
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Foi o último monumento que visitei! Fechou com chave de ouro, estávamos saíndo da cidade enquanto víamos aquela paisagem lindíssima!It was the last monument that I visited. Closed with a golden key, were leaving the city while we saw that beautiful landscape!show original
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Está bastante deteriorado, si bien la forma de construcción y sus arcos merecen un detallado examen.It is fairly deteriorated, while the form of construction and their bows merited detailed consideration.show original
Muy chulo. Es muy grande e impresiona verlo ahí en medio. Para acceder hay que pasar por un pequeño túnel bajo las vías del tren. El césped bien cuidado de alrededor lo realza. Me ha gustado mucho, es... read more »Very cool. It is very large and impressive to see it there in the middle. For access there that pass by a small tunnel under the way of the train. The lawns around enhances it. I liked very much, is a must-see.show original
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.
Stunning and very well preserved!
Jonathan C JSegovia, is better (because they are better preserved) but is also impressive. It is quite the other monuments in the City section, but if you are walking along the banks of the River, it's a nice walk.show original
Elena Perez Novillo-FertrellEvery morning, at almost any time of the year is a small train and his phrase is "It seems incredible that after so many centuries follow in foot" gives just as you see it at dawn, sunset view is still impressive.show original
RICARDO MERATThe aqueduct of the miracles must have been a gigantic work in its origins. The remains of columns that remain are huge and towering, and must overcome the 40 meters high in some sections. It seems lie that Roman media could build such impressive structures.show original
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