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The Skopje Aqueduct
- The Skopje Aqueduct
- Alt Name:
- Ottoman Empire
- Heraklea Linkestis, Stobi,
about The Skopje Aqueduct
The Skopje Aqueduct is a well preserved stone aqueduct located north of the Macedonian city of Skopje.
A large stone structure made up of fifty-five archways, the origins of Skopje Aqueduct are unclear. Whilst it is known to have existed as far back as Ottoman times, some say that it was built by the ancient Romans.
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Address: The Skopje Aqueduct, Skopje, Macedonia
Phone: Contact local tourist office
The Skopje Aqueduct is located 5km northwest of the centre of Skopje in Macedonia, south of Slovenia Boulevard and near route E66/M3.
The Skopje Aqueduct is viewable at all times.
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