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- Acqua Marcia
- Alt Name:
- Ancient Rome
- 100BC - 1BC
- Via Appia Antica, The Felice Aqueduct - Rome,
The Claudio Aqueduct - Rome,
about Acqua Marcia
Acqua Marcia is one of seven of Rome’s aqueducts which are located within the Appia Antica Regional Park. Built between 44 and 42 BC, parts of Acqua Marcia with its arches and brickwork can still be seen today. However, most of this site was destroyed in the course of building the Felice Aqueduct.
One of the most popular ways to view Acqua Marcia is by bicycle, rented from the Appia Antica Regional Park.
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Address: Viale Appio Claudio, 00178 Rome, Italy
Phone: +39 065 135316
Acqua Marcia is located just south of Rome. Nearest metro is Subaugusta (line A), which is a 20 min. walk away.
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