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Just a short 40 minute drive from the Naples area you can see this great aqueduct. It's in surprisingly good shape, considering how run-down much of this region can be. Very worthwhile stop for some photography. Be careful if you're walking through the grass on...More
Worth the drive and see it in person. Something that was built more than 300 years ago and is still standing through the test of time. There's a piece of road to access the monument that stands beside it. Also to read a little bit...More
This aqueduct is really impressive, huge and wonderful. However, it is not sponsored, there are not good directions, and there's nothing to ease the entrance. I climbed up the hill in order to reach the entrance of the first level, and walked it all the...More
Very imposing and impressive structure, not well known in the expat community. At the base on the east side, there is some parking next to what I think is a monument commemorating the struggles associated with unification (but not sure).
From this location you will...More