Aflaj irrigation system: Al-Jilla
Banska Stiavnica: Kysihýbel aqueduct
Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe: large 'ruined' Aqueduct (AB ev)
Biblical Tells: Megiddo
Butrint: Ruins of the Roman aqueduct
Elvas: Amoreira Aqueduct
First Coffee Plantations: Elaborate channels, often built as arcaded aqueducts (as at San Luís de Jacas) (Long Description)
Historic Cairo: Aqueduct of Cairo (Sour Megra Eleyoon)
Istanbul: aqueduct of Valens
Las Medulas: Remains of seven parallel aqueducts
Medina Azahara: aqueduct (the Roman aqueduct was used as sewage)
Meknes: Aqueduct of Bab Berda
Old City of Acre: Acre-Cabri Aqueduct (1815)
Pergamon: Water was brought to cisterns and fountains on Kale Hill (which had no source of its own) by ceramic pipes and lead pipelines under pressure from mountains some 50km to the north of the city (AB ev)
Petra: "Petra's aqueduct system carried about 40 million liters (12 million gallons) of fresh spring water per day"
Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Canal : Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Chirk Aqueduct
Potosi: "industrial monuments of the Cerro Rico, where water is provided by an intricate system of aqueducts and artificial lakes"
Pythagoreion and Heraion of Samos: Eupalinian aqueduct
Qhapaq Ñan: Caranqui
Rammelsberg and Goslar: Sperberhaier Damm
San Antonio Missions: Espada Aqueduct (1745) oldest Spanish aqueduct in the United States - NPS
University of Coimbra: Aqueduct of São Sebastião (16th Century)
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