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Where the sun still sets on ancient Rome every day

The remains of a Roman aqueduct built along the Mediterranean Sea stands strong.

April 20, 2016 | Latest Photo Prev Next
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April 20, 2016 | Latest Photo

Romans used this aqueduct to transport water thousands of years ago. It's still standing in Israel's Caesarea Maritima National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site. This space used to be a Roman city and harbor built on the Mediterranean coast in 25 B.C.

Today, visitors come to the national park to see ancient ruins and enjoy the beaches: unlike nearby Tel Aviv's busy beaches, the Caesaria Aquaduct Beach doesn't get so crowded, and visitors love its crystal clear blue water and undisturbed coastlines.

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