The Felice Aqueduct - Rome

Rome, Lazio, Italy

About The Felice Aqueduct - Rome

The Felice Aqueduct in Rome is a late sixteenth century aqueduct built by Pope Sixtus V in order to provide parts of Rome with water. Parts of this aqueduct can still be seen today.

The site is within the Via Appia Antica Regional Park, which offers bicycle hire to see all of the sites in the area.

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