Blog Posts - Aqueduct



Caesarea Aqueduct – What Herod Started to Build for the Empire | Holy Land Pilgrimage Tour for Filipinos

Halfway between Haifa and Tel Aviv and on our way to Jerusalem, we stopped at the City of Caesarea to visit the famous Caesarea Aqueduct built along the beach of the Mediterranean Sea (the southern portion of the aqueduct). Caesarea Maritima now the...
by pinoyontheroad on Jul 6, 2016

Caesarea Aqueduct – What Herod Started to Build for the Empire | Holy Land Pilgrimage Tours for Filipinos

Halfway between Haifa and Tel Aviv and on our way to Jerusalem, we stopped at the City of Caesarea to visit the famous Caesarea Aqueduct built along the beach of the Mediterranean Sea (the southern portion of the aqueduct). Caesarea Maritima now the...
by pinoyontheroad on Jul 6, 2016

Pilastri Aqueduct

The Pilastri aqueduct was built in the sixteenth century, to remedy the shortage of water of the then Village of Celsa, now Ischia Ponte. About 550 meters long, it connects the Spalatriello, along the plain of the Rio Corbore, lookout hill that leads...
by Ischia Apartments on Jun 24, 2016

Aqueduto de São Sebastião

The Aqueduto de São Sebastião in Coimbra runs close to the Jardim Botanico (Botanical Gardens) in this historic city. The aqueduct was built in the late 16th century, possibly the work of the Italian architect Filippo Terzi (1520–1597), who was a...
by Portugal Visitor on Apr 24, 2016

Trevi Fountain, Rome

The Trevi Fountain, Rome, ItalyRating: 5 out of 5The Trevi Fountain is located at the end of the Aqua Virgo, an aqueduct constructed in 19 BC by Agrippa (both friend and son-in-law of Emperor Augustus and the man behind the construction of the Panthe...
by Citychiclifestyle on Feb 16, 2016

Last Dance and Squelching

Last Dance and Squelching On what would be our last walk of 2015, the last dance on the patch, and as we set foot on Alpaca road, as it has become known to us (there are two alpacas that live in a field here), all around us the first signs of sprin...
by Views From An Urban Lake on Dec 29, 2015

Pilastri Aqueduct Barano d'Ischia

The Pilastri aqueduct was built in the sixteenth century, to remedy the shortage of water of the then Village of Celsa, now Ischia Ponte. About 550 meters long, it connects the Spalatriello, along the plain of the Rio Co...
by Ischia Apartments on Sep 11, 2015

Aqueducts in Portugal

Portugal has long been dry and arid especially in the south. Portugal has a number of historic aqueducts that were built to bring water from the hinterland to the cities. The Romans were the first to build aqueducts in Iberia and there are remains of...
by Portugal Visitor on Apr 11, 2015

Pilastri Aqueduct Barano d'Ischia

The Pilastri aqueduct was built in the sixteenth century, to remedy the shortage of water of the then Village of Celsa, now Ischia Ponte. About 550 meters long, it connects the Spalatriello, along the plain of the Rio Co...
by Ischia Apartments on Dec 16, 2014

A Manor Farm Wildlife Walk

Magpie (or Black-billed Magpie) - Manor Farm, Milton Keynes After not having been out for a while I decided today (Wednesday, late post sorry I know odd!) I'd head out after dropping the little lady at school for a wildlife walk, the sun was shining...
by Views From An Urban Lake on Oct 3, 2014

Pilastri Aqueduct Barano d'Ischia

The Pilastri aqueduct was built in the sixteenth century, to remedy the shortage of water of the then Village of Celsa, now Ischia Ponte. About 550 meters long, it connects the Spalatriello, along the plain of the Rio Co...
by Ischia Apartments on Sep 11, 2014

Pilastri Aqueduct Barano d'Ischia

The Pilastri aqueduct was built in the sixteenth century, to remedy the shortage of water of the then Village of Celsa, now Ischia Ponte. About 550 meters long, it connects the Spalatriello, along the plain of the Rio Co...
by Ischia Apartments on Mar 6, 2014

Pilastri Aqueduct Barano d'Ischia

The Pilastri aqueduct was built in the sixteenth century, to remedy the shortage of water of the then Village of Celsa, now Ischia Ponte. About 550 meters long, it connects the Spalatriello, along the plain of the Rio Co...
by Ischia Apartments on Jan 27, 2014

Pilastri Aqueduct Barano d'Ischia

The Pilastri aqueduct was built in the sixteenth century, to remedy the shortage of water of the then Village of Celsa, now Ischia Ponte. About 550 meters long, it connects the Spalatriello, along the plain of the Rio Corbore, lookout hill that leads...
by Ischia Apartments on Dec 8, 2013

Aqueduct of Segovia.

The Aqueduct of Segovia  is a Roman aqueduct and one of the most significant and best-preserved ancient monuments left on the Iberian Peninsula. It is located in Spain and is the foremost symbol of Segovia, as evidenced by its presence on the city&#...
by Simple.Interesting on Nov 17, 2013

Returning to Simplicity

Elliptical stones in granite, curved shadows tracing the movement of the sun and parading across the dusty ground, 95 monoliths up to 3.5 metres tall, in concentric circles and first arranged six thousand years before the Christian era: at the Cromle...
by Cholche, Jibon on Aug 22, 2013

Kamares Aqueduct, Larnaca.

Kamares Aqueduct, also known as the Bekir Pasha Aqueduct, is an aqueduct located in Larnaca, Cyprus. It was built in 1747. Tassos Mikropoulos considers the aqueduct to be the “most prominent” water supply ever built in Cyprus.It is locate...
by Simple.Interesting on Jul 16, 2013

A Simpler Lifestyle

A Simpler Lifestyle June 22 on the church calendar honors the memory of Paulinus—a wealthy man who gave away his money, a married man who became a priest, a lawyer who became a poet. Paulinus was born in Bordeaux, Gaul (France), into a noble and we...
by Laboring In The Lord on Jun 22, 2013

Boston Water Supply Tampering Update: Four locks leading to Hultman Aqueduct cut!

Hultman Aqueduct outside Boston Boston water supply a target for terrorists? For the Obama administration, what will it take for national security to become a priority over political agenda? It's quite possible that many Americans have heard about...
by The Political Commentator on Jun 5, 2013

Batu Ferringhi Aqueduct: A Peaceful Place To Run

Penang Spirit Penang Spirit - Healthy And Holistic Lifestyle in PenangExercising out of doors has been shown to improve people’s mental health and what better exercise is there but running. Running not only helps lift the spirits, but is one o...
by Penang Spirit on Apr 27, 2013


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