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Aqueduct: a stroll along the water



Let's travel through time! We remain in Nyon, but we go back to Antiquity, 2000 years ago. There already was a city here, called Colonia Iulia Equestris.

In this city, you could find various roman buildings, some of which you can still see in Rome. For instance, the baths. Romans liked going to the baths every day.

For the people to be able to swim in these pools, a great amount of water was required. The wells were not enough, so the Romans built special conducts called aqueducts.

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