Built around the year AD 50 and it is still remarkably well preserved and impressively construction with its two tiers or arches.
Segovia is an indicative from a complex historical reality where Moors, Christians and Jews coexisted for a long time in the medieval city and worked together during the 16th century manufacturing boom. The Roman aqueducts of Sevilla, Toledo and Calahorra in Spain did not survive.
The 221 colossal piers bear witness to the magnitude of the Aquae Atiliance in the province of Zaragoza. The aqueduct of Segovia, the symbol of the city is the best known of these civil engineering feats owing to its monumentality.