This towering aqueduct is perhaps the most prominent landmark of the city. While there was once a Roman aqueduct in the town, the current structure dates to the 16th century and was built under the auspices of Süleyman the Magnificent in the 1530s. Extraordinarily, it was still bringing drinking water to the city from Mount Pangaion as late as 1911.
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