On our first day in Morelia, we decided to check out the Aqueduct, having seen the one in Zacatecas a year ago. We saw it on a Sunday which I highly recommend since they close the streets around it on that day. We started at the Tarascas Fountain and walked alongside the Aqueduct, passing the Contemporary Art Museum and ending at the Plaza Morelos. We then walked back down the Calzada Fray Antonio de San Miguel, which is an old walkway always closed to vehicles. We encountered a group of musicians from a local church singing worship songs. Nice touch on a Sunday morning, as well as families with children, young lovers and people watchers. The next day we returned to walk to the end of the Aqueduct where there is a statue and a plaque honoring the workers who constructed it.
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