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Rome Experts: Aqueducts

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I found a write up about an Aqueduct park on the outshirts of Rome. Thought it might be a nice off-the-beaten-path kind of thing for a repeat traveler. Has any one ever done this or know of other good examples of aqueducts? How far out is it? Are there other sites to combine with this one?

Take the underground and get off at Giulio Agricola. Go straight to viale Giulio Agricola and you will see a large park which join the aqueducts to the Appian way. After an hour of stroll in the park with aqueducts, old roman villas and old towers then take the Viale Giulio Agricola and go to the Tuscolana road ... one of the shopping streets in Rome .

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