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Roman aqueduct in Caesarea

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The wonderfully preserved Roman aqueduct in Caesarea Maritima in Israel, which was established in the 1st century BCE. The building was created on the initiative of Herod Agrippa – King of Judea. Caesarea was once a prosperous ancient city that needed a constant supply of fresh water. The source was located 9 km from the city.

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