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Section of Limestone Aqueduct in Mexico

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Section of Limestone Aqueduct in Mexico

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A section of the mile-long limestone aqueduct in Morelia, the historical capital of Michoacan state in Mexico. The aqueduct was completed in the late 1700's, but hasn't funnelled water into the city since 1910. UNESCO designated Morelia a World Heritage Site in 1991.

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