Jan de Doelder 🇳🇱 Dutch (@jan_de_doelder)

Last picture from Part VI of serie "Why do I love Greece so much?", Theme "Archeology and monuments"
"Kamares", Roman aquaduct in area Moria on island Lesbos, Greece. One of the most impressive monuments on Lesbos. Situated 6 km nrth of capital city Mytilene. The best preserved section is 170 m long and has 17 arches. This aquaduct dates back from the 2nd and 3rd century AC, and was used for water transportation from mountain Olympos to the city of Mytilene. Build by Emperor Hadrian
In the past and near weeks I will share - in a few themes - photo's from several places in Greece we visited in the past 7 years. Part I was "Greece, it's people", Part II, "Greek Landscapes", Part III "Hiking in Greece", Part IV "Details of Greece", Part 5 "Villages of Greece"

September 28, 2012

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