The aqueduct of Segovia, Spain, was built during the centuries I and II centuries a.d., in the reign of the Roman emperors Vespasian and Trajan. The remaining part of the aqueduct is 29 meters high, 728 yards total, longitude 167 arcos.
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ikeharel (74701) 2014-07-05 8:54
The Segovia Aqueduct is the most impressive (and whole) of its kind. It is almost impossible to take one picture with full view, unless you are in a helicopter high above.
Fine applied picture, good light managed that enhanced details of the high archs, and contrast to blue sky aloft.
Bom fim de semana,