Aqueduct

An aqueduct is a structure designed and built to carry and transfer water from one place to another to supply cities and farmlands with fresh water. The watercourse became popular in Ancient Rome as an advanced engineering project at that time. Today, an aqueduct refers to a water system that transports water from a source to a distribution point, whether it’s pipes, tunnels, canals, and other structures used to deliver water.

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