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Roman aqueduct in Zaghouan

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Roman aqueduct in Zaghouan
Roman aqueduct in Zaghouan | Photo: Ronald Boon

Roman aqueduct in Zaghouan (Tunisia), built during the reign of Emperor Hadrian (117-138 CE) to supply water from mount Djebel Zaghouan to Carthage. It was one of the longest aqueducts built by the ancient Romans – it provided water at a distance of 132 km.

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