The Aqueduct of Segovia is water channel that was created during the Roman period. It was among the most remarkable Roman establishments in Spain.
Considered as a landmark of Segovia, scholars haven’t identified an exact date for establishment of the aqueduct. However, a number of historians claim that this was during the first half of the 2nd century AD. Today, it is one of the distinctive historical sites of Spain.
The aqueduct used to transfer fresh water from the Rio Frio river located around 17 kilometers away from the city. It used to cross the length of more than 700 meters with the highest point of the adjacent being 28 meters.