When we finally found our way to the aqueduct (i approached the village of Moria from the Mytillini to Mandandos road and as its got a one way system took a wrong turn against the advice of my wife and sister in law. typical man or what.) what we saw was a great feat of engineering and building considering the tools available at the time. the size of it is impressive and the new restored parts have been done in a way that with time will look as if they are as old as the roman original , if the work had not and still is being done the aqueduct would not last another 10 years .
There is no info at the site bar for a small sign that said Roman Aqueduct and a number 47 i think. The number relates to an App you can down load from the local tourist web site, i later found this out when we stopped for lunch in nearby Panagiouda which has an old ruined olive oil factory on the harbour number 42 on the list.
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