The Caesarea aqueduct is actually two structures build side by side, the first by Herod when the city was founded around 22 B.C. The second and adjacent aqueduct was built by Hadrian around 130 A.D., necessitated by the growth of the city and the need for more water. This remaining section can be seen on the beach at Casearea today. Casearea has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
October 2nd, 2018
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