The Roman built Aqueduct, engineered to provide the ancient town of Caesarea with a steady water supply. Its first phase was built in the 1st century BC, by king Herod. It brought the water from the southern side of Mount Carmel, about 10KM to the north east.
Most of the old structure is barely above land nowadays, and I show this (known) section, located in the most southern place where it was demolished by sea and earthquakes in later centuries.
In the WS, I stood atop of the single canal aqueduct, with view across a bay towards the ancient ruins of Caesarea, some 2km in distance - this way, one can comprehend how it was originally designed.
No.2 WS show the view of the break on the aqueduct, and the water-canal on.
-0.3 exp. bias, 16:9 aspect ratio.
Location on map: 32.5124, 34.8966