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The Roman Aqueduct in Caesarea on its most known section, broken centuries ago by earthquakes and sea erosion, it’s the final edge of its remnants. Built on the 1st century BC, by king Herod, brought water to the ancient city from the springs on southern side of Mount Carmel, about 10KM to the north east.
I always wondered what had happened to the missing part stones – a puzzle not found any trace on the web.

Location on map: 32.5127, 34.8964
-0.3 exp. bias due to strong daylight.
Ike

My previous photos on the subject:

A wider POV, same place.

Southwards view to the length within the Dunes.

Archs
in close view.

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Additional Photos by Ike Harel (ikeharel) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 5850 W: 584 N: 11067] (53415)
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