The Skopje Aqueduct , Vizbegovo village , Macedonia

Why and when was built is unclear , so there are three theories: - during the reign of Rome (1st century), according to this theory the aqueduct has water to Legionary settlement Scupi. - during the reign of Byzantine Empire (reign of Emperor Justinian I),according to this theory, the aqueduct shipped water to the new settlement Justiniana Prima - during the reign of Ottoman Empire, according to this theory the aqueduct was built in the 16th century for a large number of Turkish public hamams.

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Tags: architecture, arches, rome, theory, legionary settlement, scupi, byzantine empire, justinain I, ottoman epire, 16 th century, turkish hamams, vizbegovo, village, clouds, grass, skopje, macedonia

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