aqueduct

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a conduit that resembles a bridge but carries water over a valley

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The intricate system of reservoirs and aquaducts provided the city with a reliable clean water supply and helped Birmingham to thrive at the heart of the industrial revolution.
Wildlife corridors are formed by the combination of reservoirs and aquaducts and the Whittle Burn.
Like the Roman roads and aquaducts the works themselves bear witness to the contributions of Sam Fullerton.
Attention centers on the architecture of the Colosseum, Nero's Golden Palace, and the Circus Maximus, as well as the temples, forums, aquaducts, monuments, and sculpture that characterize the astounding art and architecture of Rome.