Kavala aqueduct

The Kavala aqueduct, popularly known as the Kamares (Καμάρες, `arches`), is a well-preserved aqueduct in the city of Kavala, Greece, and is one of the city`s landmarks. While the aqueduct is `probably of Roman origin`, the present structure dates to the 16th century. A Byzantine barrier wall of the early 14th century, built as part of ...
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