The Aqueduct of Segovia.

An Aqueduct is used to transport water from one location to another. This ancient Aqueduct transports water from the Frío River to the city of Segovia. Consisting of about 24,000 huge granite blocks this structure is thought to have been built around 50 AD, making it one of the greatest surviving Roman monuments.

This is a must see city and attraction for those around Madrid or travelling through Spain.

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