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Rome - The Ruins along the "Ferrovia dello Stato"

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There are some ruins (very long and arched) that resemble an acqueduct which run along the railroad coming from the south (I was arriving from Naples) heading to the Termini and/or Tiburtina train stations in Rome.

Could anyone help me identify what they are and how can I get more information about them?

Thanks in advance.

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