Ancient Roman aqueduct and road

Ancient Roman aqueduct and road

The excellent road and aqueduct system covering the whole empire reflects well the development of the Roman civilization.

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water supply, road network, Via Appia, Rome, Római Birodalom, aqueduct, province, transportation, edifice, Claudius, milestone, pillar, arch, antiquity, empire, history

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