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S'Argamassa Roman aqueduct
Santa Eulària des Riu

S'Argamassa Roman aqueduct

Archeological site. It is an ensemble formed by a water transportation system, and the architectural structure remains from an industrial plant and a maritime-rural settlement. The aqueduct is a 425-meter long directional lengthwise construction with variable elevation. In some areas of the top part of the wall, the channeling system for water transportation still stands; its depth and width are variable.

Different chronological phases from this site can be branded: late Punic period, High Roman Empire period, and Low Roman Empire and Byzantine periods.

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Fomento del Turismo de la isla de Ibiza

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