Zaghouan Aqueduct

Zaghouan Aqueduct

The Zaghouan Aqueduct or Aqueduct of Carthage is an ancient Roman aqueduct, which supplied the North African city of Carthage with water. From its source in Zaghouan it flows a total of 132 km, making it amongst the longest aqueducts in the Roman Empire.

Site Information

Country: Tunisia

District: Tunis Governorate

Site History: 2nd Century AD

Oldest Culture: Roman

Later Cultures: Roman

Site Features: Roman Monuments

UNESCO Tentative List

Official Name: The Roman hydraulic complex of Zaghouan-Carthage

Date of Submission: 2012

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