The World’s Greatest Roman Aqueduct in Segovia, Spain

David’s Been Here brings you to Segovia, Spain’s most important and memorable site: the ancient Roman Aqueduct. The best preserved Roman Aqueduct in the world, this outstanding monument dates back to 1 AD, spans 800 meters in length and 28 meters in height. With 166 arches and 120 columns, there’s no way you can miss this Segovia icon. Tour along the aqueduct and the historic city built into and around it, as David films the surrounding sights and sounds. For more information on visiting Segovia and the world-famous aqueduct, check out the David’s Been Here Guide to Madrid, now available for your Kindle as well.

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