The ?Ferreres? Aqueduct; I Century AD, Tarragona (Tarraco, Hispania Citerior), Catalonia, Spain; 217 metres long and maximum height of 27 meters; two storeys of superimposed arcades, with eleven arches on the lower storey and twenty-five arches on the upper storey; located on the left bank of the River Francolí, about 4 km from the town, it carried the water to the town.

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The ?Ferreres? Aqueduct; I Century AD, Tarragona (Tarraco, Hispania Citerior), Catalonia, Spain; 217 metres long and maximum height of 27 meters; two storeys of superimposed arcades, with eleven arches on the lower storey and twenty-five arches on the upper storey; located on the left bank of the River Francolí, about 4 km from the town, it carried the water to the town.

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