An aqueduct is a system or carrier that is constructed to carry water from one place to another.
This term can also mean tunnels, bridge, pipes, aryk, ditches, channels, puquios or even canals with the only stipulation for the meaning being it must carry water.
The word aqueduct originally derived from a mixture of the Latin word “Aqua”, which means “water” and the word “Ducere” which means, “to lead”.
So you can see how these two words formed the word aqueduct from the meaning of the words combined.
There are many popular aqueducts around the world that tourists can travel to and see, some of the world’s most popular aqueducts are these below if you want to do a bit more research.
- Segovia Aqueduct in Spain
- The Aqueduct of Miracles or Acueducto de los Milagros in Spain
- Valens Aqueduct in Turkey
- Tambomchay Aqueduct in Peru
- Pont du Gard Aqueduct in Southern France
- Caesarea Aqueduct in Israel
- Pont de les Ferreres Aqueduct in Spain
- Nazca Aqueduct in Peru
- Aqueduct Park or Parco degli Acquedotti in Italy
- Acueducto de los Milagros in Spain
- Hampi Aqueducts in India
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