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Well preserved aqueduct

THis is a very well preserved aqueduct located at the parking lot at the entrance to the city... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
alikarim
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Frisco, texas
Closeby to the parking lot

This is one place in Portugal where you dont have to go out of your way to see the Aqueduct... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
traveller_prk
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Bengaluru, India
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

THis is a very well preserved aqueduct located at the parking lot at the entrance to the city. However, it gets dwarfed by the old town of Obidos for tourist appeal; but it is definitely worth stopping and admiring

Thank alikarim
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is one place in Portugal where you dont have to go out of your way to see the Aqueduct remains. A part of it is closeby to the parking lot so just a stroll down will get you to this great historic piece of...More

Thank traveller_prk
Reviewed 23 June 2018

Strange to see this well preserved and maintained aqueduct running alongside a carpark. From the wall of Obidos one can see it running towards the fields in the distance. A great sight hinting at the wonders inside the walls of the city.

Thank FWontheroad
Reviewed 20 June 2018

This aqueduct is one of the best preserved and beautiful I have ever seen, located in a rural area, near the castle of Obidos, already making us travel to a medieval period, the aqueduct teaches us how the constructions of centuries ago ... were already...More

Thank Juliangolfer
Reviewed 8 May 2018 via mobile

The Aweueduto can be seen from the car park or if driving coming into the village of Obidos. It was commissioned by Queen Caterina in the 16th century & is a very impressive aqueduct.

Thank Ellemay
Reviewed 1 May 2018

This is fine aqueduct, evidently commissioned by Catherine of Austria of the Hapsburg Dynasty who was married to King João III of Portugal. It's easy to see when visiting Óbidos due to its location adjacent to the town's parking lot. It appears to run a...More

Thank Eitleoir
Reviewed 11 March 2018

If you come to Obidos by car you can park the car right at the aqueduct. Nice to take a picture or two. A bit more modern than Roman but still impressive when we think what they used it for.

Thank Joanna K
Reviewed 30 November 2017

Acqueduto da Usseira in Obidos central Portugal is a very good looking aqueduct for the background of pictures. Although it is a bit more modern than Roman structures it clearly illustrates how water was transported beforetodays modern systems.

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Reviewed 9 November 2017

Typical aqueduct put in by one of the queens to bring water to the castle. Worth noting on your way to the village. You really can' miss them if you're paying attention.

Thank Beachgalxo
Reviewed 25 October 2017

history showing how water was transferred for crops and irrigation from one city to another or one place to another

Thank LUCILA T
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