Photographer's Note

The Aqueduct Park is a green area of the city of Rome. The name derives from the presence of seven elevated or underground aqueducts that supplied the ancient and papal Rome: Anio Vetus (underground), Marcia, Tepula, Iulia and Felice (stacked), Claudia and Anio Novus (overlapping). Represents the residue of a stretch of the Roman countryside which originally stretched without interruption until the Colli Albani. In the past the area was known as Old Rome from the homonymous farmhouse.

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Additional Photos by Valter Palone (bayno) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1344 W: 297 N: 2538] (18348)
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